Bicycling is a clean and economical way to get to and around campus. In addition to providing fun and promoting health, bicycling improves air quality and reduces traffic congestion. The bicycle is the most energy-efficient form of travel ever devised, reducing energy use and fossil fuel dependence.
Treasure Coast Connector has bicycle racks on all of its buses. Click here for more information on its policies.
All transit agencies allow bicycles on the train or bus but have different policies. The links below will connect you with the policies for that agency:
Walking to school is a great way to stay healthy and save money.
Both biking and walking, after an initial investment in equipment, are relatively inexpensive. You can save lots of money using pedal or foot power instead of buying gasoline while also helping the environment.
South Florida Commuter Services is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation.
For more information, contact Teresa Lane, SFCS Treasure Coast Outreach Coordinator, at email@example.com, or (772) 812-7940.