What is alternative transportation?
It’s any mobility option other than a personally owned, single-occupancy car or truck. Walking, bicycles, scooters, motorcycles, public transit, car share, ride share, carpools and vanpools are all examples of alternative transportation.
Why is it important for U of I?
While our campus is surrounded by hundreds of square miles of wide, open spaces, our one-square-mile campus and the adjacent one-square-mile downtown area of Moscow are pockets of urban living with lots of buildings and people living, working and learning in close proximity. As U of I enrollment expands and the area’s population density increases, it’s imperative we follow successful models of other urban communities by increasing alternative transportation options, scope and use. Utilizing alternative transportation saves money, time and stress while improving the overall health of our community.
Check out the alternative transportation options below and let us know if you see opportunities for more!
Whether walking, riding or rolling feel free to enjoy the fresh air while taking advantage of some of the most economical forms of transportation.
Fare-Free transportation on two fixed routes gets you where you need to go in Moscow (or at least nearby anyway).
Need to go somewhere a little further? Check out Regional Transit for inner and interstate travel.