Last month Bellevue College purchased a brand new Honda Civic hybrid vehicle to provide more options for BC staff when running errands around campus. Bellevue College already has 4 hybrid Ford trucks, which are used by staff as utility vehicles in making trips around BC. The Honda hybrid boasts impressive gas mileage at 44 mpg …more about New Honda Hybrid on Campus
Bellevue College and the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) invite you to take the survey below in order to help plan future transportation improvements in the Puget Sound region. The purpose of the survey is to collect feedback from students, faculty, and staff on day-to-day travel in the area: how we travel, where we go, …more about Inform Transportation and Commuting – Enter to Win an iPad!
Beginning September 27th, King County Metro will be implementing widespread bus route cuts that will affect many BC student’s commutes. The cuts come in the face of decreasing revenues over the past several years. 28 routes will be deleted, and 13 routes revised to fit the current budget. In order to maintain services, the Metro …more about How this quarter’s Metro route cuts will affect you
Hopelink Mobility Management Team needs YOU! Make new friends, get involved on campus and make connections by volunteering with Hopelink. Help people save money, time, and the environment by answering questions and informing students and staff of Bellevue College about alternate transportation methods to campus. When: 2+ hour shifts between 8am-3pm on September 22nd – September …more about Volunteer Opportunities with Hopelink Mobility Management!
Sustainability at Bellevue College is happy to welcome back Hopelink’s Mobility Management team to our campus to help achieve our transportation programs and awareness this year! Last week Hopelink and teams of BC student volunteers provided students and faculty with resources and travel plans to help get to and from campus. Hopelink is a nonprofit …more about Transportation Assistance Comes to Campus
Transportation is on the minds of students and staff at Bellevue College. The bus cuts loom over the heads of transit riders, while those in vehicles are facing greater degrees of traffic. Not only do commute times increase but so do the costs – all while transportation alternatives diminish. Through this haze, the Bellevue College …more about Route 271 – Update and Outlook
Bike To Work Month was all May long on the campus of Bellevue College…
The Council heard loud and clear from Bellevue College yesterday for the Public Testimony on the proposed cuts.
Yesterday Metro sent a service change ordinance to the King County Council that cuts service to campus for Bellevue College’s most heavily used route, the 271 – our link to downtown Bellevue. The reroute would eliminate a stop serving over 900 students, employees and visitors daily and run the bus on 148th which serves 1 …more about Keep Route 271 on Campus!
The Presidents of 10 community and technical colleges in King County are disappointed. Read their letter to King County Councilmember about Metro cuts here…