Biking is a good way to get some exercise, but it's also great for your mental health according to Wendy Conlon, a Genetic Counselor with the UCLA Health Bowyer Oncology Center.
Eco-friendly alternatives to driving alone fight climate change and improve air quality.
Campus vehicles continue to go green and, for these efforts, UCLA Transportation is being honored by the National Association of Fleet Administrators.
The plan covers efforts in sustainable transportation, ecosystem health, energy efficiency, waste management, and more.
Did you know that the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions is transportation? When you choose to travel sustainably, here's the difference you'll be making for the environment and climate.
UCLA Transportation has been hard at work over the past year greening the campus fleet and reducing costs, passing the savings on to university departments. Here is what we've accomplished to serve our customers better.
Riding a bike is not only a great way to improve your physical and mental health, but also the health of the planet! Here are some of the ways you'll be helping the environment just by replacing a few car trips with bike rides.
Despite 2020's speedbumps, the University of California didn't pump the brakes on sustainability efforts, including UCLA's own accelerated climate action in the area of transportation.