UNCG continues its initiative to house a greater number of its students resulting in decreases in carbon emissions; GHGs from commuting students and employees have dropped more than 17% since 2009. However, transportation-related emissions still comprise over 28% of the UNCG carbon footprint. Because the largest portion of UNCG’s transportation footprint results is from commuting, the Climate Action Plan (CAP) calls for UNCG to expand and supplement the successful alternative transportation programs already in place, including carpooling, car-sharing, improved bike-ped infrastructure, and promoting telecommuting and flex-work. Beyond commuters, the CAP outlines campus fleet vehicle purchasing, maintenance, and operating policies as well as potential policies to offset and reduce emissions from University-related travel.