Bicyclists returning to Cal Poly Pomona this winter quarter will find it easier to get around with pedal power, thanks to a new bike path cutting across the campus.
(Updated 10/29/13 to add video) Shortly after students gathered in the Quad for the quarterly question-and-answer session with university leaders, President Michael Ortiz joked that the event should be rechristened “Pizza with the Parking Director” — a humorous but on-point…
The signals that allow pedestrians to cross Temple Avenue at the western and eastern sides of the intersection no longer operate together: only one crosswalk will be open for pedestrian crossings at a time.
Several themes emerged from the Campus Forums on vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian safety, which invited the campus community to share their concerns and suggest possible solutions to improve safety.
Held before and after the quarterly Pizza with the Presidents, the forums allowed members of the campus community to share their safety concerns and suggest possible solutions to improve safety.
Forums addressing traffic management and safety were held before and after Pizza with the Presidents on April 18, so it was not surprising that those topics were prominent at the quarterly Q&A.
In response to traffic safety concerns at Cal Poly Pomona, the quarterly Pizza with the Presidents will expand to include traffic safety forums this Thursday, April 18.
In response to traffic safety concerns at Cal Poly Pomona, the quarterly Pizza with the Presidents will expand to include traffic safety forums on Thursday, April 18.
University Police officers are investigating multiple bicycle thefts on campus, including three reports on Monday. The three thefts were in residential area bike racks — Palmitas Residence Hall (57), the Residential Suites and the University Village. Bicycles locked with cables…
Cal Poly Pomona continues to succeed in its green efforts, achieving the honor of being included in "The Princeton Review's Guide to 322 Green Colleges" for the third time. The university was recognized by organizations...