Transportation & Parking
Camosun encourages and supports the use of alternative modes of transportation to campus both in support of Go Green initiatives and because of the limited availability of parking spaces. Check out all the options for getting here green. Public transportation, bicycle and carpooling to campus are all viable options which reduce parking congestion and help the environment. If bringing a personal vehicle to Campus is a necessity, parking is provided on a first-come, first-served basis—parking spaces cannot be guaranteed or reserved. Information on Parking and Rates
Camosun has adopted a Transportation and Parking Plan which addresses a variety of transportation issues identified by the Camosun community. Camosun is committed to reducing the amount of single occupancy vehicles coming to campus though encouraging alternative modes. Camosun is planning for the future.
Parking and Transportation needs your help to advance the ideas developed in our Transportation and Parking Plan. We’d love to have your energy and enthusiasm! Get involved…
July 30, 2014 - 7:55 am • Transportation and Parking • Camosun Staff • Attached Link
About $5 million in cycling improvements have been identified as priorities over the next five years as Victoria looks to create safer bike routes.
The priority projects, which Victoria councillors will consider this week, target major streets with a focus on completing east-west corridors, developing low-stress routes and improving connections to attract new or less experienced cyclists, says a staff report.
June 9, 2014 - 12:55 pm • Transportation and Parking • Camosun Staff • Attached Link
Victoria and B.C. Transit officials will officially open the first phase of Douglas Street’s new bike and bus priority lanes today.
Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin called the opening of the relatively short stretch “an important first step.”
“For the first time, we’ve actually prioritized people over cars when we’ve done transportation improvements. So taking that first step is extremely important,” Fortin said.
Last updated: May 20, 2014 4:03 pm