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The University is committed to reducing GHG emissions and improving the opportunities available on campus for alternative modes of transportation, sustainable transport systems that make a positive contribution to the environmental, social and economic sustainability of the campus.
The university rolled out an initiative to reward owners of low-emitting and fuel-efficient (LEV/FEV) vehicles with a preferred parking space near the main entrance of certain buildings on campus.
This initiative will help reduce GHG emissions produced by commuting.
FAST has two full service routes and one express route open to the general riding public that service FSU. The full service routes operate six days per week (Monday - Sunday).
Route 11 - FSU - Cross Creek Mall - Ramsey Street
This route began operating in January 2015 and conncets FSU with Cross Creek Mall and the Ramsey Street shopping and restaurant areas. Cross Creek Mall is the area's regional shopping mall. Ramsey Street is a growing area which has a range of eating and retail establishments, a Walmart Super Center, Lowes Home Improvement, Cape Fear Valley North Medical Pavilion and Methodist University. This new route also serves the Country Club-Pamalee (US 401 Bypass) which had grocery stores, Walmart, Family Dollar and a planned Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Route 12 - Murchison Road
This route operates along Murchison Road between downtown Fayetteville and University Village. Connections can be made at both terminal locations to other FAST bus routes serving the City. At downtown Transfer station riders can connect with seven (7) other routes that serve destinations such as the I-95 hotel corridor, Crown Center, FTCC, VA Medical Center, Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and commercial areas along Ramsey Street, Bragg Boulevard, Owen Drive and Faeford Road.
Route 50 - Fort Bragg Express also began operating in January 2015. It connects downtown Fayetteville with
Based on the estimated number of riders at the end of March: limited stop service during peak hours, Monday through Friday. Route 50 makes a stop at FSU, Pamalee Drive and University Estates before traveling to Fort Bragg's Multimodal Hub located near the main Commissary & PX. At the Multimodal Hub riders can transfer to the Fort Bragg on-post shuttle services.