University of Exeter
Falmouth University College

Travel & Transport

Falmouth University and the University of Exeter have both declared a climate emergency. Sustainable and active travel has been identified as a key aeras to help reduce campus associated emissions and also support health and wellbeing.

Travelling and day-to-day commuting is also now particularly challenging based on social distancing ules and Government guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Please ensure to plan your journey and route in advance.

We have put in place a series of measures to help assist everyone associated with our campuses to make sustainable travel choices.

Travel initiatives in place include:

  •          Dedicated University buses
  •          Cycle parking on campus
  •          Multiple walking and cycling routes to and from campus
  •          Cyclescheme initiative for all staff
  •          Shower and changing facilities on both campuses
  •          Electric vehicle charging points on Penryn Campus

Fal Mussel Card Uni:

The Mussel Card UNI operated by Fal River Cornwall will no longer be available to purchase. If you currently have a Fal Mussel Card and ‘paused’ your travel, you need to reactivate your card by the 31st of October 2020. Existing card holds with questions or queries should email fmcu@falriver.co.uk.

To speak with our team directly, please email sustainability@fxplus.ac.uk

(Updated 4.9.2020)

14 October 2020

 

Penryn Campus gardens and grounds have been recognised by the international Green Flag Award Scheme as among the very best in the world, for the fourth year in a row.