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Multiple events occurring in May and June, along with several planned construction projects, will impact traffic circulation and parking availability. May 11, 2022, marks the return of
Keep abreast of construction projects, traffic impacts, and parking changes. Cornell’s 2022 construction season is shaping up to be a busy one. A number of projects slated to begin this spring and summer may have...
We have a lot of ground to cover... After a heavy snowfall, the Cornell University Grounds Department works hard to clear 15...
Following a successful pilot that began in February 2021, Transportation Services is continuing the virtual A and E permit program using the vehicle’s displayed license plate as an electronic permit. These annual permits...
Cornell University recently expanded the faculty and staff CU ID card transit benefit to provide any time, unlimited access to all TCAT buses in Tompkins County (normally $1.50 a...
F&CS has upgraded the electric vehicle chargers in both the Forest Home and Hoy Road parking garages. The Forest Home Parking Garage now features three (3) Level Two ChargePoint chargers with dual ports (a total of...
Complete to reduce energy... Completion Dates: Monday, October 22nd - Friday, December 7th, 2018 Energy Smackdown: You look like a million kilowatt hours Can we reach a million?! Cornell is getting energized for its...
Cornell has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Center for Resource Solutions for its efforts to advance access, education, and public interest and engagement in renewable energy resources,...
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Within easy reach in Juliet Parsons’ office in the Cornell Recycle Center is a four-inch ringed Commencement binder full of maps of Schoellkopf field and stadium, Barton Hall and bus security barriers; contacts across...