Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 66.84
Liaison Stephanie Del Rosario
Submission Date May 26, 2022

STARS v2.2

California State University, Fullerton
OP-17: Support for Sustainable Transportation

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.00 / 1.00 Kristen Jasko
Associate Director
Parking and Transportation
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Does the institution have a bicycle-sharing program or participate in a local bicycle-sharing program?:
No

A brief description of the bicycle sharing program:
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Does the institution participate in a car sharing program?:
Yes

A brief description of the car sharing program:

CSUF has partnered with Zipcar CarShare to make cars available to students, faculty, and staff to reserve by the hour or by the day, with all gas and insurance included. https://www.zipcar.com/universities/cal-state-fullerton


Does the institution offer preferential parking or other incentives for fuel efficient vehicles?:
Yes

A brief description of the incentives for fuel efficient vehicles:

CSUF offers a supplemental EV Permit at no cost to semester/payroll deduction permit holders. Faculty, staff and students who receive an EV Permit are also eligible for 100% subsidized charging.


Does the institution have one or more Level 2 or Level 3 electric vehicle recharging stations that are accessible to student and employee commuters?:
Yes

A brief description of the electric vehicle recharging stations:

The University offers (34) Level 2 Chargers and (2) Level 3 DC Fast Chargers for use by students, faculty, staff, and guests. Additionally, students, faculty and staff with a semester or annual permit may obtain a free supplemental EV permit and a connection code which provides charging at no cost to campus affiliates.

EV Charging Stations on Campus:
Gymnasium Drive: 25 spaces
College Park North Lot: 5 spaces
Corporation Drive: 2 spaces
College of Business and Economics Loading Dock: 2 spaces
College of Business and Economics LD Fast Charging: 2 spaces

Additional Charging Stations:
Eastside Structure (Top Level): 41 spaces
Lot A South: 24 spaces


Does the institution have incentives or programs to encourage employees to live close to campus?:
Yes

A brief description of the incentives or programs to encourage employees to live close to campus:

University Gables is a residential community in Buena Park, California. Completed in 2002, The University Gables sales program allows persons affiliated with California State University, Fullerton to own a home near the CSUF campus at an affordable price.

University Gables has proven to be a significant advancement in California State University, Fullerton's landmark program to provide affordably priced housing for its faculty and staff. University Gables is a neighborhood that shows how powerful a public/private partnership can be, as it was created through a partnership formed between the CSU Fullerton Housing Authority, the City of Buena Park, County of Orange/Orange County Flood Control District and community developer Valeo Companies. https://www.fullerton.edu/asc/_gables/


Does the institution have other programs or initiatives to encourage more sustainable modes of transportation and/or reduce the impact of student and employee commuting?:
Yes

A brief description of other programs or initiatives to encourage more sustainable modes of transportation and/or reduce the impact of student and employee commuting:

CSUF Employees who participate in a sustainable commute option at least 70% of their scheduled work days are eligible to receive financial rewards and reimbursements. For example, those who use the train (Metrolink) to go to work are eligible for a reimbursement of up to $120/month, depending on the cost of their train pass.

CSUF offers a Commuter Choice Program designed to reduce the number of single occupant vehicle (SOV) trips to the campus. A major part of this effort is aimed at faculty and staff (employees) and designed to help the campus comply with the Southern California Air Quality Management District (AQMD) Rule 2202. The Rule requires employers with 250 or more employees to provide commute options during peak commute hours of 6AM to 10AM which reduces mobile source emissions and to comply with the Federal Clean Air Act. Commute options include carpool, rail, transit, walk, bike and vanpool. A secondary goal of the Commuter Choice Program is to mitigate parking demand and traffic congestion on the main campus.


Website URL where information about the institution’s support for sustainable transportation is available:
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