If you missed the recent PPSA learning session on Safe and Wise Travel at Penn, click here to view the video:
The presenters were:
Lieutenant John Wylie, Penn Police, Division of Public Safety
Breen Goodwin, Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia
John Gustafson, Penn Transportation, Business Services
John Cook, Fire & Emergency Services, Division of Public Safety
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For more information about safe travel in our city, check out these links:
A GUIDE TO BIKING IN PHILLY: An overview of pre-ride and ride safety tips. Handy for riders of any level whether as a simple reminder or new information.
Una Guia para Manejo de Bicicletas en Filadelpfia (Spanish Version)
TIPS FOR MOTORISTS: Major points for sharing the road. Easy and straightforward tips for motorists which helps to answer the most common question a driver has when behind a bicycle “Now What?”
Consejos para Automovilistas
SAFE BIKING IN PHILADELPHIA: This 32 page booklet covers the ins and outs of riding including basic safety issues, the rules of the road, lane positioning and more…take a look and enjoy!
Penn Transit Services has a new website which presents information not only on its services, but also on an array of alternative commuting options to campus. You can visit the new site at:
to learn about discounts on public transit, bike parking on campus, ride sharing opportunities and much more.
The Department of Parking Services manages and operates 27 parking facilities on Penn’s campus, including garages and lots. While many of the facilities are permit-only and reserved for University faculty, staff and students, there is also ample visitor parking available. (See Parking Map). Operating hours and parking fees are posted at each facility.
On-Campus Parking Lots: http://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/parking/images/stories/flash/parkingmap.swf
Ride Sharing Options: