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Office of Sustainability
The SF State Bike Barn provides attended, secure parking for up to 200 bikes, scooters, skates and skateboards. SF State offers over 1,000 designated bicycle parking spaces throughout campus in bike racks and in the Bike Barn. Showers and lockers are available in two campus gym facilites. http://parking.sfsu.edu/biking/bike-barn-parking
At the Romberg Tiburon Center there are showers, lockers, and secure bike parking provided as well.
SF State's bike racks are located at each building. The Campus Bike Barn is available for on-site students as long-term storage.
The bicycle plan is part of the University’s overall transportation management (TDM) plan, setting short-, mid-, and long-term goals for improving and expanding bike facilities, including bike paths and bike parking, in order to increase the number of students, faculty, and staff commuting to campus by bike. Bike mode share is evaluated regularly in a comprehensive campus-wide transportation survey conducted every three years.
SF State has a bike sharing program that uses salvaged bicycles that have been repaired by students. T
Faculty and staff are offered pre-tax transit passes. The campus is currently pursuing a transit pass discount for students.
The campus operates a free shuttle between our nearest transit station and the campus.
Students have been offered a muni pass that included universal MUNI fares per semester. In addition there will be a discount price of at least 25% off BART rides to and from Daly City . The pass will be incorporated into the San Francisco State's ID card and the mandatory price for the pass will be added to their semester fees.
SF State participates in the Emergency Ride Home (EHR) program offered by the CommuteSmart Program of the San Francisco Department of the Environment. The program provides a free ride home in cases of unexpected personal or family emergencies for all SF State faculty and staff who are permanent part-time or full-time employees and have commuted to work by public transportation, biking, walking, or ridesharing on the day that the emergency occurs. Employees can take a taxi, shared taxi service, transit, or rental car for their ride home and CommuteSmart will reimburse the cost of the ride. http://parking.sfsu.edu/employee-programs/emergency-ride
The SF State 511 RideMatch service is an interactive,on demand system that allows students, faculty, and staff to find carpools or bicycle partners based on where they live. Participants can specify whether they wish to find only other SF State affiliates or extend their search to a broader pool. There is also a formal vanpool program available. http://parking.sfsu.edu/ridematch-zipcar
Zipcars are available on campus, located in the Lot 20 garage on the street level accessed by State Drive and at University Park North, on Winston Drive. Students, faculty, and staff can join at a discounted rate. For more information go to zipcar.com/sfsu
Nine charging stations are available for no additional charge for public use in the University parking garage, Lot 20, on the street level accessed by State Drive. The stations each occupy a parking space, one of which is accessible to individuals with disabilities, and will fully charge most electric car models in about four hours. There is a four hour limit and vehicles need an SF State parking permit.
The campus offers housing options for some employees.
SF State has a Power to the Pedal bicycle outreach program that educates the campus on bikes as a mode of transportation. Power to the Pedal hosts bicycle events on campus, educational sessions, and operates free bike repair sessions on a weekly basis.
The campus operates a Go!State transportation campaign that raises awareness of sustainable transportation modes.
SF State uses a ride match program that encourages carpooling. The program helps find riders and drivers to further enable staff and faculty to carpool.
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staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.
The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.