Transportation (TR) (18%)

Transportation systems play an important role in carbon emission and pollutant levels in universities. Transportation policies that limit the number of motor vehicles on campus and encourage the usage of campus buses and bicycles will encourage a healthier environment. The pedestrian policy will encourage students and staff to walk around campus and minimize the use of private vehicles. The use of environmentally friendly public transportation will decrease the carbon footprint around campus.

No Criteria Point Weighting
5 Transportation (TR)   18%
TR1 The total number of vehicles (cars and motorcycles) divided by the total campus' population 200  
TR2 Shuttle services 300  
TR3 Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEV) policy on campus 200  
TR4 The total number of Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEV) divided by the total
campus population
TR5 The ratio of the ground parking area to the total campus' area 200  
TR6 Program to limit or decrease the parking area on campus for the last 3
years (from 2019 to 2021)
TR7 Number of initiatives to decrease private vehicles on campus 200  
TR8 The pedestrian path on campus 300  
  Total 1800  



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