Support a clean environment and healthy community through accessible, low-emission transportation.
What We're Doing
The SAVE transportation goals focus on implementing an offset plan to neutralize travel emissions and reducing commuting emissions. Visit our Annual Report highlight page for an update on goals and achievements.
This student-run program rents over 200 used bikes free of charge to campus members, repairs bikes for free, and hosts a variety of bicycling-related workshops and events designed to increase bicycling across the campus community. The program obtains bikes through donations and through the collection of bikes abandoned on campus at the end of the school year.
The Class Pass Pilot program provides students currently enrolled at The Claremont Colleges, and faculty and staff employed at The Claremont Colleges or The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS) unlimited free rides on Foothill Transit buses. This pass is accepted on all Foothill Transit Local and Silver Streak buses which can connect you to 22 cities including downtown Los Angeles. Bring your student ID to the Honnold/Mudd library to get your class pass!
Shared Campus Fleet
In 2019, Campus Services consolidated and upgraded the campus vehicle fleet to optimize transportation efficiency. Faculty and staff can now borrow a shared vehicle for any off-campus transportation needs. Email email@example.com to reserve a vehicle.
Pomona College has contracted with Zipcar car-sharing to provide rental cars for students on campus. For more information about membership eligibility, or to sign up, please go to the Zipcar website for Pomona.
Rentable Transportation for Students
The College provides a rentable passenger van and 25-passenger bus for individual students or groups needing transportation to the airport, events, shopping trips, etc. This reduces the need for students to bring cars to campus and encourages carpooling.
Local Shuttle Trips
The College provides regularly scheduled free-of-charge shuttle trips to nearby grocery and other stores throughout the year. This reduces the need for students to bring cars to campus and encourages carpooling.
This program gives $2/day to employees who carpool, walk, bike, drive ZEVs, or use public transit and pays for up to $100 of monthly public transportation commuting costs. For more information, please contact Pomona HR.
Internship Driving Reduction
The Career Development Office has put together a transportation program for the Pomona College Internship Program that encourages and provides incentives for carpooling, using public transportation, and walking or cycling to work. This includes a partnership begun in 2009 with the Green Bikes program to provide bikes when PCIP participants need them.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The college offers 8 EV charging stations operated through the ChargePoint network, located in the South Campus Parking Structure on the first floor north end. Faculty and staff can access reduced rates at these stations by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Guest charging is available for $1.25 per hour.