Transportation impacts the sustainability of our local and global environment and economy. In an effort to develop a long-term sustainable transportation system, our department is working on promoting ride sharing, public transportation, and active transportation such as walking or biking.
ZIPCAR Zipcar is an American car-sharing company that provides automobile reservations to its members, billable by the hour or day. Zipcar members pay a monthly or annual membership fee in addition to car reservations charges.
SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY (SUMO) College is expensive, but transportation doesn't have to be. SUMO technologically-enabled, Neighborhood EV-sharing and free campus parking makes campus mobility affordable and convenient.
Less parking frustration, lower expenses, lower eco footprint.
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATION The City of Fayetteville has installed a Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Station near Fayetteville’s Historic Downtown Square in the recently upgraded parking located at the northeast corner of W. Mountain St. and N. Church Ave. The charging station was generously donated by Ozarks Electric Cooperative and the City of Fayetteville paid for installation. A level 2 charging station will generally charge a fully depleted EV (electric vehicle) battery in about 6 - 8 hours. Payment for parking is required Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 6:00pm.
OZARK REGIONAL TRANSIT Ozark Regional Transit, Inc. is dedicated to providing safe, reliable and affordable public transportation to both the rural and urban residents of a four county area, including Washington County. Bicycle commuters are encouraged to utilize ORT as part of their commute. Bikes can be loaded on to the front side of ORT busses.
RAZORBACK TRANSIT Razorback Transit provides fare free transportation to on-campus locations and major off-campus living and shopping areas. Check out the Razorback Transit website for more information about seasonal and daily route schedules. Bikes can be loaded onto Razorback Transit busses.
BICYCLING IN FAYETTEVILLE
The City of Fayetteville takes great pride in being a Bicycle Friendly Community. The city was first designated by the League of American Bicyclists as a Bicycle Friendly Community in 2010.
CITY TRAIL AND PARK NETWORKS The City of Fayetteville is home to more than 50 miles of trails, 35 parks, 26 playgrounds and much more. Active transportation in Fayetteville is made possible by our network of trails, sidewalks, and on-street biking facilities. Visit our Parks, Gardens & Trails page to learn more about all that Fayetteville has to offer.
NWA TRAIL MAPS The Northwest Arkansas region is home to a wide variety of mountain bike and paved shared use trail systems. Check out the NWA Trails website to find the trail that is right for you!