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…
The Camosun Express is a new pilot program running Monday - Friday from January 6 – March 31, 2014. (During college closures, such as Family Day, the shuttle will not be in operation.)
It provides direct travel to/from the West Shore communities and between the Lansdowne and Interurban campuses. It is free for both students and employees and there is space for up to 20 individuals on the mini coach vehicle. The Camosun Express has reclining seats and free Wi-Fi*.
By taking the shuttle, you can help Camosun reach its environmental goals and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Please visit the Camosun Express (hyperlinked) page for more details.
*A Wi-Fi network name and password will be provided by January 6, 2014.
December 17, 2013 - 8:05 am • Ancillary Services RSS
Victoria transit commissioners have dipped into surplus funds to hold the transit property tax increase to three per cent on a budget that calls for no expansion of service next year.....But a stand-pat budget won’t come without some pain. Prior to budget discussions, commissioners heard from representatives from Camosun College and the University of Victoria, who complained of overloaded buses and pass-ups causing students to be late for classes or miss them entirely - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/opinion/victoria-transit-budget-taps-into-surplus-funds-1.754897#sthash.LXoURtNj.dpuf
October 23, 2013 - 12:06 pm • Ancillary Services RSS
We want to celebrate those who make transit a part of their commute to Camosun College.
Grab your smartphone and some friends or family and jump on board BC Transit to enter our Instagram contest.
BC Transit has partnered with Camosun College Transportation to bring their Dazzling Destinations week to Camosun. Snap a picture of Camosun College to your Instagram feed or to your Facebook page with the hashtags #ridetogetherbc and #camosuncollege and you are entered to win an IPAD mini!
Please visit the webpage for more details: http://ridetogetherbc.bctransit.com/
Get caught riding the bus between Oct 28 and Nov 1, and win prizes! Look for the green Camosun t-shirts and rise-and-shine surprise celebration stations at both Lansdowne & Interurban!
Please contact Shannon Craig via firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Last updated: December 19, 2013 11:32 am