TCU Sustainability Program
 
 

 

transportation
 

Bike repair station

 

Bike Repair Station

The Dero Fixit station has only been in place for a few weeks now and has already helped many TCU students maintain their bicycles. Come by the north east side of the University Recreation Center and check it out.

 

Free Public Transit

TCU GO CARD transit cards are issued free to students, staff and faculty with current and valid TCU photo IDs. These cards, (along with a current TCU photo ID) are required for FREE transit service on all The T (no card needed to use campus Frog Shuttle), TRE and DART vehicles. This includes free use of the train to and from Dallas. The GO CARD PASS is available at TCU Police Parking or Student Service info desk in the Brown-Lupton University Union.

 

TCU Police T3 Motion Transporters

The police department has purchased two T3 Motion transporters to adapt to a more pedestrian-friendly campus, Lt. Ramiro Abad said. The new vehicles have three wheels and are powered by a rechargeable battery, cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions.

 

TCU Shuttle Buses

The TCU shuttles buses that belong to the Fort Worth Transportation Authority, also known as "The T," run on compressed natural gas.

 

Downsizing Vehicles

TCU’s Physical Plant has downsized from full-sized trucks to compact vehicles and electric golf carts to lower costs and reduce emissions.

 

Use and Reuse Vehicles

In general, TCU utilizes and maintains work vehicles to the most reasonable extent possible, thereby avoiding unnecessary addition of new work vehicles.

 

TCU Ride Share Program

University faculty and staff can contact each other and make carpool arrangements through a program called Ride Share.