The University of Toledo Office of Sustainability

Transportation

Electric Scooter Sharing

Lime-S

    • The University of Toledo launched an electric scooter sharing program through a company called Lime. Lime-S scooters are designed to provide an effortless experience and a sustainable transportation alternative for students, faculty and staff.
    • Lime’s goal is to charge their entire fleet with 100% renewable energy, and to neutralize their operations emissions by supporting carbon offset projects.
    • To learn more about electric scooter sharing on campus click here.
lime scooter

Bus Transportation

The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority (TARTA)

    • The University of Toledo Transit Services are now provided by TARTA. TARTA offers transit service to students, staff and faculty throughout the Toledo region.  To learn more about bus services and routes click here
    • TARTA has been practicing sustainability for several years with its continued use of domestically-produced biodiesel fuel, a green paratransit facility featuring solar and geothermal technology, and maintaining bus routes and schedules with efficiency in mind.

Bike & Pedestrian Friendly Campus

Complete Streets

    • UT's Complete Streets committee has a goal to develop a holistic transportation network on UT's campuses
    • The committee is working on a policy to ensure pedestrians and cyclists are considered with every capital transportation project

Bike Corrals & Racks

    • UT has installed bike corrals by the West Parking Garage and by Ritter Hall on main campus to provide safe storage 
    • The corrals are fenced in, equipped with security cameras, and are accessed by card swipe
    • They also provide lockers for storage and free air for tires
    • Rocket ID cards must be activated to access the corrals by visiting Student Union RM 1550
    • UT has installed bike racks on all three campuses to encourage students to travel by bike
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Bike-Share Program

    • The Rocket Wheels program offers bikes at three convenient locations on Main Campus. Learn more here!

Bike-Loan Program

    • The program is no longer in existence but there are many details provided on the link about the structure of the program and the process in which it was run. 
    • This was a pilot program used to offer 30 bicycles  15 for international students and 15 for domestic students, all without cars  in an effort to reduce car congestion, parking issues and gas emissions on campus
    • $50 deposit by cash, credit card or Rocket Card
    • Each participant was to receive a bike to use for the entire school year
    • Sponsored by SEED, TOLEDO BIKES, and Rocket ReCycle
    • A gentleman from UT at Snyder Memorial building worked upon old bicycles and repaired them in his garage.
    • The expenses/payments of the program was in part borne by money from the Rebate Program.

Low-Carbon Transportation

Free to the Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station

    • EVSE Charger DC Fast Charging Station in East Parking Garage on Main Campus 
    • Station in Lot 31 on Main Campus
    • Station in Lot 44D on Health Science Campus
    • Station in Lot 22 on Scott Park Campus
Electric charging Station
Last Updated: 6/30/19