Join the Office of Sustainability, Parking and Transportation Services and our partners for a month of exciting events centered around Active Transportation! Active Transportation – biking, walking, and using public transit – is beneficial not only to the environment but to personal health and wellness, and is becoming increasingly significant on our campus with the changes in parking as the University executes the east end redevelopment project. Our programming during the month of April aims to both educate and excite the WashU community about Active Transportation with a series of fun activities and events!
Bike Care and Repair Workshop
Friday March 31
1pm – 2pm AND 2pm – 3pm
Church lot on Wydown (On the South 40)
The Office of Sustainability and the Skillshare Collective are partnering with Francesca from Velofix, who is bringing her tune-up van to campus to teach a free, hour-long bike care and repair class!
Big Shark Bicycles will be offering two free bike tune-up sessions on the north side of the DUC by Mudd Field on the Danforth Campus, and one session at the Medical School Campus. Bike maps, bells, lights, and other fun gear will be available to make your riding experience safer and more enjoyable.
- Monday, April 10 – WUSM Campus
- Wednesday, April 12 – Danforth Campus
- Monday April 24 – Danforth Campus
Active Transportation Outing: March for Science
Saturday, April 22
11:30a – 3p
Meet outside the Office of Sustainability at 11:30 am to make signs and posters, we will provide supplies, then we will hop on the Metro together to the Civic Center stop to join the March for Science! For more information on the March, go to http://marchforsciencestl.com. RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/sggeHMrN9jvxjIpd2