Overall Rating Gold - expired
Overall Score 65.87
Liaison Lindsay Batchelor
Submission Date Jan. 5, 2016
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STARS v2.0

North Carolina State University
OP-19: Student Commute Modal Split

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.00 / 2.00 Tracy Dixon
Sustainability Director
Sustainability
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Total percentage of students that use more sustainable commuting options:
50

The percentage of students that use each of the following modes as their primary means of transportation to get to and from campus::
Percentage (0-100)
Commute with only the driver in the vehicle (excluding motorcycles and scooters) 50
Walk, bicycle, or use other non-motorized means 15
Vanpool or carpool 7
Take a campus shuttle or public transportation 28
Use a motorcycle, scooter or moped 0

A brief description of the method(s) used to gather data about student commuting:

The NC State University Student Commute Survey presents the results of an October – November 2013 survey of 1,412 students who were enrolled during the fall of 2013 for classes on any of three campuses of NC State in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. NC State is one of several “local Service Providers” that offer commute assistance services funded by the Triangle Transportation Demand Management Program. This survey was conducted to define the commute travel patterns of NC State students who live off campus and travel patterns between and around NC State campuses by both off-campus and on-campus students. Additionally, the survey results will be used to develop travel assistance services that could make it easier to travel to NC State and around the Triangle region. To this end, the survey collected data on students’ awareness and use of travel assistance services offered by regional commute assistance organizations and by NC State and their interest in other services that could be offered.


The website URL where information about sustainable transportation for students is available:

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