Transportation Emissions

Graphic showing reduction in greenhouse gases over the past few years
  • Alternative commuting incentives
    CMC actively promotes employee ride-sharing and zero-emission commuting like walking, biking, and riding public transportation. Employees are encouraged to increase average vehicle ridership (AVR) with a $1.50 per day incentive for using alternative modes of transportation. A public transit subsidy of up to $60 per month is also provided as an added benefit.

  • Electric service fleet
    96% of the service vehicles on the Claremont McKenna College campus are plug-in electric.

  • Vehicle charging stations
    CMC encourages employees and visitors to drive clean air vehicles. The College has invested in four plug-in electric vehicle charging stations to help reduce emissions from transportation sources.