Your favorite parking spot might be one of the more than 300 spaces slated for removal when groundbreaking for the Integrative Genomics Building begins this August. If you’ve been wanting to squeeze a workout into your daily commute, this may be a great time to see if biking to work — even if it’s just […]
This Q&A with Vehicle Access and Alternative Transportation Advisory Group (VAATAG) member Patricia Jung launches the Commuter Chronicles — a new series about Lab employees who have decided to carpool, vanpool, or bike instead of driving alone to work. Alternative modes of transportation will be important to consider as the Lab prepares for the Integrative Genomics […]
At its March 1 and 14 meetings, the Vehicle Access and Alternative Transportation Advisory Group worked on a proposal to increase incentives for carpooling. The advisory group also discussed a new bike-trailer program that could improve shuttle services for bicyclists; an updated commuter survey; and low-tech, affordable methods to count cars and passengers entering the Lab.
The Lab’s newly formed Vehicle Access and Alternative Transportation Advisory Group (VAATAG) is working on potential solutions to accommodate the Lab’s growing population on the main site and to hold off a near-term vehicle access fee.