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CSUN envisioned at the heart of valley transit

CSUN envisioned at the heart of valley transit

Eric Licas

March 4, 2016

Valley leaders explored solutions to the region's transportation concerns at the Second San Fernando Valley Transportation Summit held at the USU Grand Salon on Thursday, March 3."You can't have a plan for the San Fernando Valley that doesn't include CSUN," state Senator Bob Hertzberg said at the sec...

The hoverboards have their importance on campus even if they annoy bystanders

The hoverboards have their importance on campus even if they annoy bystanders

Leia Tabert

November 25, 2015

The hoverboard or hands-free Segway has become all the new craze, with celebrities joining on the bandwagon. Most notably the rapper Wiz Khalifa who was arrested at the airport riding his gold IO Hawk. Whether you're a fan or not, certainly motorized transport is becoming commonplace. The term ...

Traveling for spring break on a college budget

Traveling for spring break on a college budget

Himerria Wortham

April 3, 2014

Spring break is a great time to decompress from the stress of the semester by leaving the books at home and enjoying a mini vacation getaway. However, planning the trip starts with the fun of figuring out where to relax or party, and then finding the most convenient way to get there. For some, con...

Ready for Uber Lyft off: transportation is changing

Asher Silberman

March 28, 2014

Guests: Uber Driver Terry Jones, Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanual and Professor Wallace Zane

Students share the multiple ways they commute to campus

Students share the multiple ways they commute to campus

Nestor Garcia

December 8, 2013

Students share the different ways they commute to campus. With students living far distances or even trying to save money on commuting costs, it is interesting to see just a few of the forms of transportation students use to reach their destinations. ...

CSUN Bike Collective encourages alternative transportation

CSUN Bike Collective encourages alternative transportation

Bob Garcia

April 19, 2013

By Bob Garcia April 18th, 2013 Section: Features - Photos - Student Spotlight Carlos Sapon (left), 18, history major and Esteban Rivas, 25, political science major are a part of CSUN Bike Collective. A.S. provides the club with $700 so that they can have weekly bike clinics and fix CSUN stu...

San Fernando Valley Council of Governments proposes rail system

Areli Rodriguez

January 24, 2013

CORRECTION: The proposed projects will be either a rail system or bus rapid transit within the East Valley Corridor. The Sepulveda Pass Corridor is not estimated to be $5 million to $6.5 million as stated in the story. The project is estimated to be $10 billion to $12 billion and will include a highway...

CSUN’s Bike Collective hosts bicycle repair station

Antoine Abou-Diwan

November 16, 2010

Free tune-ups for students, faculty and staff were offered as CSUN’s Bike Collective set up a bicycle repair station in the Sierra Quad Tuesday afternoon. Most bikes simply needed to have their brakes adjusted and air added to the tires. “We think it’s important to...

Transportation focus of CSUN’s Sustainability Day

Aimee Lastrella

October 18, 2010

It’s gray outside, but this Wednesday, it is all about being green. The CSUN Institute for Sustainability will host its second annual Sustainability Day. “We are really excited about the event,” said Sarah Johnson, 26, an administrative analyst for the Institute of Sustainability. “We’ve...

Transportation survey to include comprehensive campus sample, students, faculty, staff asked how they commute to CSUN campus

Michelle Verne

April 21, 2010

Using different methods of transportation offers a way for students to help reduce the impact greenhouse gas emissions, pollution and congestion have on our environment as well as the cost and space given for parking structures. Geography professor Helen Cox, Ph.D., said a survey of 700 students done...

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