Support Temple's carbon neutrality commitment through personal action

To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, we need every owl to give a hoot. Switching from single-occupancy vehicle commuting helps to lower carbon emissions, protect local air quality, and reduce traffic congestion. Choosing a sustainable transportation method to travel to work such as biking, walking, or riding public transit is one of the best and most impactful ways to reduce your contributions to climate change.

Chart of carbon intensity by mode of transportation.
Emissions by Mode
Photo credit: SEPTA

Commuter Benefits & Discounts

Temple University supports low carbon commuting through the WageWorks program.  WageWorks enables full time employees of Temple University to pay for public transportation and vanpool with pre-tax money.  Visit Temple's Human Resource's Benefits page for more information on enrolling in WageWorks

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric car charging stations are available on Main Campus in front of Johnson and Hardwick Hall, Montgomery Garage, and on the Health Sciences Campus in the Carlisle West Garage.

Fee information and charging station availability can be found on Temple University's charging station service provider's website. Just type Temple University in the search bar of the map for up to date information.

Picture of electric vehicle charger
Electric Vehicle Charging Station


Don't own a bike, no problem! Temple's Main Campus hosts three city-owned Indego bike-share stations. 

Indego offers 24-hour, 30-day, and yearly pass options to rent a classic or electric bike. It's a fun and low carbon way to commute or just get some exercise.  For more information about the Indego bike-bike share program visit

Picture of blue Indego bikeshare station at Broad Street and Diamond Ave.
Indego Bikeshare Station

For more resources for commuting via bike, visit our Bike.Temple site. 


The Share-A-Ride program is a free, computerized service that can match commuters who work in southeastern Pennsylvania with convenient transit services, potential carpools, vanpools, walking and bicycling opportunities.  

Learn more about the Mobility Alternative Programs (MAP) like Park and Ride lots and the Emergency Ride Home service, and even more resources to make your trip to work easier and greener.