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Posted Feb. 29, 2008

Lesley Michaels
Staff Writer

There are countless reasons to seek alternative forms of transportation at the University of La Verne: high gas prices, limited campus parking and stress that accumulates on highways shared by unsafe drivers.

Whatever the reason, ULV is reaping the benefit of being one of the few institutions in the area that effectively reduced commuting cars on the roads in 2007.

Receiving applause from the South Coast Air Quality Management District, ULV has met the panel’s standard for ratio of employees to drivers.

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