Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 66.97
Liaison Teddy Lhoutellier
Submission Date March 13, 2019
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STARS v2.1

University of Miami
OP-17: Employee Commute Modal Split

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.10 / 2.00 Teddy Lhoutellier
Sustainability Manager
Environmental Health and Safety
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Total percentage of the institution’s employees that use more sustainable commuting options as their primary method of transportation:
55

A brief description of the method(s) used to gather data about employee commuting, including the timeframe for when the analysis was conducted and how a representative sample was reached, if applicable:

We gathered data from 3 sectors using our Parking and Transportation (P&T) Department's permitting records: Parking permits sold to faculty and staff (F&S) in FY 2018 (we assumed all F&S drove alone), metro passes (metro rail and bus together) sold to F&S for FY 2018, and bike permits sold to F&S for FY 2018. From the counts we estimated the percentage for each category. Carpooling is not tracked except when reported to Florida Department of Transportation (FL DOT) during their incentive campaigns, but it remains negligible. The number of scooter permits provided by P&T is also negligible. The campus offers campus shuttles for getting around the campus, but they aren't used for commuting.


The percentage of the institution's employees that use each of the following modes as their primary means of transportation to and from campus::
Percentage (0-100)
Commute with only the driver in the vehicle (excluding motorcycles and scooters) 45
Walk, bicycle, or use other non-motorized means 3
Vanpool or carpool ---
Take a campus shuttle or public transportation 52
Use a motorcycle, scooter or moped ---
Telecommute for 50 percent or more of their regular work hours ---

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