Furman uses its sustainability curriculum and community programs to educate the community on sustainable transportation. The school also offers a shuttle service and encourages carpooling to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas our community produces. Additionally, the school is working towards transitioning its vehicle fleet away from gas-powered vehicles and toward alternative fuels.
Furman also participates in efforts to build more sustainable transportation options for the Greenville community. The university is served by Greenville's public bus system, Greenlink
, which connects Furman with downtown Greenville. The university is also a partner in Greenville's Electric Vehicle Ecosystem project, a part of the Greening of Greenville Initiative. Furman provides an electric vehicle charging station on campus in the admissions building parking lot for visitors and members of the Furman community. Downtown Greenville is home to two electric vehicles available for rental through the WeCar program; vehicles can be rented by the hour, day, or longer periods of time. For more information or to join the WeCar program, visit the Greening of Greenville