Transport

Action plan

Initiatives

Walking, cycling, carpooling and catching public transport are all great ways to travel sustainably to CSU. Active transport is good for your health, for building relationships and connecting with your community, and it’s better for the environment. Learn more about the active transport options for your CSU campus today!

Each year, staff and students get involved in Ride2Work Day, Bike Week, the staff bike share scheme and regular cycling to and around campus.

Bus to campus

Get active and catch the bus to campus. Check out our TAGs for info on the services in your area.

Carpooling to CSU

Meet your classmates or colleagues and start sharing the cost of fuel and car wear and tear. You’ll form close relationships and reduce your carbon footprint. Are you a staff member? The online booking system for University transport will merge you with another user if you are travelling to the same destination, on the same date and at the same time. The Transport team can also help you find staff travelling to the same destination on the same date.

CSU fleet vehicles

  • Consider whether you really need to travel – can you achieve similar outcomes using conferencing or virtual technologies?
  • Hire the smallest CSU vehicle that meets your needs – this will save your team and the University money, plus reduce your carbon emissions
  • Carpool with a colleague whenever possible – the friendly CSU Fleet team will let you know if someone else shares a similar itinerary to you
  • Drive smoothly – frequent braking and acceleration will significantly reduce your vehicle’s fuel efficiency

Did you know?

  • Toyota Hybrid Camrys use approximately 33 L of unleaded fuel and produce 76 kg CO2-e of emissions on a typical return trip from Wagga Wagga to Bathurst
  • Toyota LandCruiser Prados use approximately 50 L of diesel and produce 133 kg CO2-e of emissions on the same trip
  • CSU’s vehicle fleet travelled 4,140,928 km in 2015 and used more than 395,000 L of fuel
  • A return flight from Wagga Wagga to Sydney produces 254 kg CO2-e of emissions
  • A return flight from Sydney to London produces 7840 kg CO2-e of emissions.

Ride or walk to campus

Stay fit and reduce your carbon footprint by joining the active transport community and cycling or walking to CSU and around campus.

You can use a Transport Access Guide (TAG) to show you how to access the campus from the Central Business District (CBD) in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga in a more active way. Active transport includes walking, cycling and public transport.