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Our Future Campus - Transport and Mobility

We’re proud to be working with Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and partners in a collaborative two-year project titled: 'Choose Your Way Warwick'. Our campus is becoming a living lab, so we can test out new mobility ideas, approaches and technologies that could help to address the climate emergency.

What is 'Choose your way Warwick' about?

'Choose your way Warwick' is what we're calling our two-year partnership with TfWM, in which we will be:

  • Trialling new mobility ideas, approaches and technologies that could reduce car emissions.
  • Helping inform how we might enable our campus, local and ultimately worldwide communities to be cleaner, more sustainable and lead healthier lives.
  • Helping to address the climate emergency.

How can you help create a greener future?

This is your chance to experience the future of sustainable transport and mobility. By getting involved and trying out new modes of transport, you'll be helping to inform research and innovation, as well as contributing towards realising a better world for future generations.

Informing policy

The Future Transport Showcase will help inform policy and innovation, including how our campus e-scooter trial might change UK legislation.

Read more about informing policy and innovationLink opens in a new window

New campus initiatives

Parvez Islam, Director of Transport & Future Mobility, discusses some of the new initiatives being trialled on campus.

Our vision for a greener future

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Earn rewards with 'Choose your way Warwick'

Students | Staff

Our Choose your way Warwick appLink opens in a new window has now launched. You can log in with your university credentials and start earning rewards like Amazon or Currys/PC World vouchers, for using either active or sustainable transport to, from and around campus.

Car Club rental scheme

Students | Staff | Community

Our car club scheme enables you to hire a hybrid vehicle to travel off campus on university business trips. For example, if you need to attend client meetings or travel to teach at the University Hospital, you can book to use these cars, at no cost to you.

Image of Hyundai Ioniq parked on campus

Demand Response Transport Service (DRT)

Students | Staff | Community

A new service called 'West Midlands On Demand'Link opens in a new window has launched. It's a cross between a taxi and a bus. After you insert a pickup and drop-off location, you’ll be matched with other passengers heading in the same direction.

Voi e-scooters

Students | Staff | Community

We now have e-scooters for you to try out around campus. To use them, you just need to download the Voi appLink opens in a new window, create an account and choose how you'd like to pay. Why not give these a try instead of driving the next time you need to nip to Tesco?

Subsidised bus service

Students | Staff | Community

We've launched a new bus service with National Express to help our staff and students commute to the main campus more easily, as it connects campus to the City Centre, Eastern Green, Tile Hill railway station and Cannon Park shops. All you need to do is show your ID card and your fare will be subsidised to £1.

Carpooling with Liftango

Students | Staff

We have launched an exciting carpooling schemeLink opens in a new window which is climate positive and involves removing more emissions from the atmosphere than the journey generates. It can also help to save money and time. Carpooling is good for the whole community; it reduces traffic congestion, helps improve air quality, road safety and reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with commuting to campus.

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Staff electric car salary sacrifice scheme

Staff

As part of our transport and mobility strategy to provide you with a wider range of sustainable transport options, we have partnered with NHS Fleet Solutions to provide all eligible staff at the University the opportunity to acquire a new electric car on contract hire as part of our employee Reward and Benefits package

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Tandem taxi bus service

Students | Staff | Community

A new tandem taxi service, which works like a shared shuttle, has now launched. It connects Gibbet Hill, Leamington and Wellesbourne campus and is available from 7.00am – 10.00pm Monday – Friday, costing £3.00 each way.

To use it, you just need to download the appLink opens in a new window and book your place at least 1 hour ahead of your journey. Make sure you register with the route code UW21.

Increased pedestrian and cycling space

Students | Staff | Community

Some areas on campus have now become pedestrianised to help make walking and cycling safer and more convenient for our campus community.

This also helps us to manage our campus traffic and air pollution. See the changes on our new campus mapLink opens in a new window.

Cycling

Students | Staff | Community

There are many cycling routes you can take to get to campus. If you don't have a bike, you can join our cycle to work scheme and hire a bike or an e-bike. West Midlands Cycle Hire bikes are also available to hire to easily travel across campus throughout the day.

Cycling consultations are happening locally, which you can get involved with if you're interested in the development of cycling routes.

Cashless car parking

Students | Staff | Community

We have invested in our carpark systems and installed "Pay as you go" options to help improve the customer service experience and support changes in behaviour.

Change in use of car parks

Students | Staff | Community

The usage of some car parks has now changed in response to demand.

Please see our updated car parking mapLink opens in a new window to see which are available to you.