Washington University has been named Best Workplace for Commuters (more than 100 employees category) by the Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), a leading regional advocate for light rail and public transportation. Kim Cella, executive director of CMT, said the university’s varied menu of alternative transportation programs benefits both the Washington University community and the broader St. Louis region.
New alternative Transportation Coordinator Andrew Heaslet is meeting with departments and individuals to help commuters find workable options. A new website also helps commuters discover easy ways to get from there to here.
Steve Hoffner, associate vice chancellor for operations, seeks to create an environment that provides the campus community the support it needs to flourish and to truly feel at home at WUSTL.
A new transportation service, Campus2Home, will begin offering students, faculty and staff shuttle service home from the Danforth Campus Monday, Feb. 15. The Campus2Home shuttle will provide a safe ride for those living in three designated areas off campus — Skinker-DeBaliviere, Loop South, and North of The Loop — from 7 p.m.-2:30 a.m. seven days a week.