UH Parking and Transportation’s first-ever COAST Alternative Transportation Summit allowed faculty, staff and students the opportunity to learn more about alternative and sustainable transportation services.
The event, which took place May 14 in the Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion in the M.D. Anderson Library, attracted members of the UH community who wanted to find out how they could save money and make their commute to and from work easier.
The program included several presentations by leadership from UH Parking and Transportation and UH Sustainability about the state of alternative transportation on campus and its growing importance. In addition, exhibitors from throughout the city introduced their programs and services, which included ride-sharing services, city bike paths, METRO and more.
For more information about the COAST program, visit Parking and Transportation’s website.