Why not leave the car at home, and walk or bike to work or school?
On Thursday, May 12, SSU is supporting the annual Bike to Work Day. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to commute to campus using means other than their cars to promote alternative forms of transportation that benefit the entire community.
On Bike to Work Day, Energizer Stations will be located throughout the county to hydrate and encourage those participating on their way to SSU. SSU will host a station at the south entrance to campus (at the corner of Sequoia and East Cotati Avenue) with free gifts, food and refreshments.
SSU Police Officer Dave Dougherty will be on hand at the SSU Energizer Station to answer questions regarding safe bicycling best practices and related laws. Police and Parking Services is also offering bicycle registration during the Bike to Work Day activities.
For a complete list of energizer stations, visit http://bikesonoma.org.
For those who do not own a bike, there are other options available. Visit the Sonoma County Transit website for information on bus schedules and stop locations.
Visit the SSU Police and Parking Services website for information on bicycle safety, laws, registration, and other tips.
Questions about Bike to Work Day at SSU may be directed to Officer Dave Dougherty at (707) 664-4444.
For more information about Bike to Work Day in the San Francisco Bay Area, visit this website: http://www.youcanbikethere.com/