Transportation

Transportation

NYU’s location makes commuting for students, staff, and faculty simple and environmentally friendly. With an extensive public transportation system in place, NYU’s direct greenhouse gas emissions from transportation are only 1.6%.  

New York City has a very diverse transportation system. If you can't walk to your destination, mass transit is the next-best way to get around. The City's rail and bus system is run by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). It's inexpensive, environmentally friendly and a great way to see sights throughout the five boroughs—and it operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Check out all the different ways to get around NYU.

Transportation at NYU

Even though our greenhouse gas emissions from transportation are relatively low, there are still actions we can take as a university to reduce our impact. The NYU Bike Share is our favorite way of getting around without producing emissions.  

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