Past Events and Opportunities

Walking and Biking Maps: Unsafe Area Database

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Walkers, bikers: ID imperfections with online mapping tool  BELLEVUE, Wash. – The city’s Transportation Department is asking the public to identify unsafe conditions or behaviors in Bellevue’s walking and bicycling network. Information gathered through a “wiki” mapping survey will be used to address locations where problems occur. Participate in the survey.   The online survey, …more about Walking and Biking Maps: Unsafe Area Database



Fall 2015 Social Justice Events

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There are great events and programs scheduled this Fall Quarter at Bellevue College. Bellevue College is an open access institution, and practices a mission to provide education to all students who seek it. Inviting and retaining students requires that Bellevue College address the emerging challenges that limit the futures of the student population. Departments and …more about Fall 2015 Social Justice Events


Volunteer Opportunity: Wetlab at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center

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WetLab Volunteer Pacific Science Center is committed to driving science education forward in Washington State, and inspiring today’s youth to further their education and pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. We offer a wide variety of programs, including standards-based formal and informal science education programs and an award-winning environmental education center. Located on …more about Volunteer Opportunity: Wetlab at Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center


Bellevue College Bikes: Coming Fall 2015

Bike Works logo has an illustration of a boy with a side-ways cap in the center of a bike wheel. The logo features the name Bike Works and the URL www.bikeworks.org. The tagline is "Building Sustainable communities by educating youth and promoting bicycling."

Sign up for Bike Maintenance Classes: Bellevue College’s Sustainability site. Attendance is limited. Throughout the 2015-2016 school-year, Sustainability at Bellevue College builds its biking community with educational programs and new facilities. Cycling programs and infrastructure are necessary tools for a commuter campus. Everyday Bellevue College sees over 3,000 students and staff pass through its roads and parking …more about Bellevue College Bikes: Coming Fall 2015



I-405 Express Toll Lanes between Bellevue and Lynnwood

The new Flex Pass transponder, for use on the new I-405 Express Toll Lanes this fall, lets drivers switch between the red HOV position, for toll-free travel with three or more persons at peak times; and the green TOLL position, for one- or two-person vehicles to pay to enter the new lanes

This Fall, many students commutes will be affected by changes in WSDOT new I-405 express toll lanes program. How do express toll lanes work? Electronic signs post the toll rate based on destination and automatically adjust depending on traffic congestion. You pay the rate you see upon entering the express toll lanes. As more vehicles …more about I-405 Express Toll Lanes between Bellevue and Lynnwood


April 2015 Sustainability Indicators

See the most recent Sustainability Indicators.

The Sustainability indicators for April 2015 are as follows:   * GGE = Gallons of Gas Equivalent


Commuter Costs: True Costs for Students

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Commuter Costs – The True Costs of Traveling to Bellevue College Transportation costs students money and time, two objects students cannot afford. Bellevue College invites over 13,500 students to campus every quarter. Since the College is a “commuter campus,” the College lacks housing and students must enter and exit the College every day. The transit …more about Commuter Costs: True Costs for Students