There are many options to get around town in style while reducing your carbon footprint. Particularly for local errands, consider leaving your car at home to reduce your travel footprint.

Did you know — using less gasoline translates into big savings?

Make local travel more sustainable

Walk or ride

Check out the latest on Princeton’s options

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Consider electric options

E-bikes and e-scooters allow you to skip the sweat

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Carshare or carpool

Imagine dropping a car payment

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Stop idling

It’s the law

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Take public transportation

The FreeB and TigerTransit are free

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Switch to an electric vehicle

Cut your footprint in half and leave gas stations behind

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Support transit-friendly development

The case for bike lanes and more

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Quick Facts:


Idling is ‘Fuelish’.

If you are idling, you may as well be burning dollar bills. In addition, the pollution from idling may actually cause more premature deaths in NJ than homicides and car accidents combined.

Swap and Save.

Replace a gas-powered car with an electric vehicle (EV) and lower your maintenance costs. The average cost to operate an EV is $485 per year, as compared to $1,117 per year for gas-powered vehicles.

Keep it Tuned.

Proper care of your gas-powered vehicle — maintenance, tires and oil — can save about 15 cents per gallon, and nudge away at your emissions.

Are you a business owner? A property manager?

Learn how you can support sustainable transportation options for employees and clients.

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Mobility Hierarchy

Think about how you get around.

The Princeton Climate Action Plan.

Drive less.

Transportation generates one-third of our community’s greenhouse gas emissions and is second only to our building energy use.

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The Princeton Climate Action Plan identifies multiple strategies to promote public transit, bicycling, and walking within Princeton, and to expand access to electric vehicles and other low-emission alternatives.

CO2 produced within Princeton in 2018 (metric tons)