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Smarter Travel Workplaces is working with a range of large Partner organisations, in both the public and private sector, to develop and implement workplace travel plans.

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Dublin City University

‘We look forward to building on the measures implemented at DCU and working with the Smarter Travel Campus team on the development of a sustainable transport plan.’

The President of Dublin City University, Professor Brian MacCraith, explains why they have joined the Smarter Travel Campus Programme, “Dublin City University has over 12,000 students and nearly 1,300 staff on the main campus site making it one of the largest generators of trips in north Dublin, accounting for circa 4 million journeys to and from its campus every year.

In our Strategic Plan 2012 – 2017, DCU has committed to the development and implementation of a comprehensive Sustainability Strategy.  A core element of this sustainability strategy will focus on Transportation and, in particular, initiatives to reduce carbon emissions generated by our staff, students and visitors commuting to our campus.

We are conscious that moving from a single site campus to a multi-site campus over the coming year will significantly increase the total number of campus users and will also necessitate the movement of staff and students throughout the day across these sites.

DCU is delighted to engage with the National Transport Authority and their Smarter Travel Campus Programme.  We look forward to building on the measures already implemented at DCU and working together with the Smarter Travel Campus team on the development of a sustainable transport plan promoting greener, safer and healthier commuting practices at DCU. ”

L to R: President of DCU, Professor Brian MacCraith& CEO National Transport Authority, Mr Gerry Murphy at the signing of the Smarter Travel Campus Charter.

L to R: President of DCU, Professor Brian MacCraith& CEO National Transport Authority, Mr Gerry Murphy at the signing of the Smarter Travel Campus Charter.

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