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Alternative Transportation article:
Cliff Gets Around
November 25, 2008
Source: Community Partnership Update/December 2008

Cliff shuttleEmory is committed to becoming a more sustainable, "green" campus and Emory's commute options programs supports the University's overall sustainability goals. One investment Emory has made in recent years, to reduce dependence on single occupancy vehicles, includes its investment in the largest university shuttle fleets in metro Atlanta. Did you know?
On average, Clifton community employees, visitors, students and neighbors use the Cliff shuttle system for over 200,000 trips per month.
Daily ridership on the shuttle system averages 2,300 rides for commuters who take Cliff to campus from park-n-ride lots at local malls instead of driving.
Emory's Cliff shuttle fleet of over 50 alternatively fueled buses (natural gas, electric or biodiesel) serves thousands of riders daily on five commuter routes, three campus connector routes and six intra-campus routes.

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