As part of the College’s robust efforts to protect the community from COVID-19, 340 doses of the Pfizer vaccine were administered at an on-campus clinic. Nearly 30 faculty, staff and students volunteered to help make it possible.
Public transportation: The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) has a bus stop right here on
campus in front of Case College Center. Anyone with a Skidmore ID can ride the CDTA bus line for free. This includes all routes in Saratoga Springs, Albany, Troy, and Schenectady. Please
click the link below for the bus schedule and map.
Faculty/staff carpooling: Skidmore has set up a carpooling system with nine email lists, each corresponding
to a carpool zone. This carpooling system reduces the number of cars on the road and
therefore the amount of emissions released each day.
Student ride-share board: Going away for the weekend? Post your travel information here to coordinate with other travelers. There is also a student ride share board in Case
Electric vehicle charging: Skidmore has two electric vehicle charging stations that anyone with an electric
vehicle can use. The charging stations are located in the Palamountain Lot and Case
Anti-Idling: Skidmore's motor vehicle policy (2017) states that "drivers are reminded that the
City of Saratoga Springs restricts idling of vehicle engines for more than 5 consecutive
minutes, except in certain circumstances—please refer to the city’s code for additional information."
Skidmore Bikemore: Anyone with a Skidmore ID can check out a bike from Bikemore, the campus bike-share
program. Simply go to the Sustainability Office and register for the program and get
your bike share PIN. You will be asked to fill out a waiver and go through a quick
tutorial, then you're all set to ride! Bikes are locked to Bikemore racks just outside
the library. Your rental is good for 8 hours, so feel free to explore! The bikes have
been used for everything from just getting around campus to riding downtown to pick
up groceries or for a leisurely ride with a friend around Saratoga Springs. Please
download Bikemore's Suggested Bike Routes brochure here for ideas of where to explore.
Bike Workshops in Saratoga:
Bikeatoga is a volunteer-run non-profit offering free bikes with their earn-a-bike program and pay-as-you-please maintenance.
Their workshop is located in the basement of the Church of Saint Peter at 241 Broadway. The group
runs an education-focused shop, empowering folks to fix their own bikes with guidance
from volunteer mechanic teachers. In addition, the group advocates for pedestrian
and cyclist infrastructure and safety in Saratoga Springs.
Trek Bicycle is located at 71 Church Street, Saratoga Springs.
Bicycle commuter facilities: Anyone choosing to bike to Skidmore may use the showering facilities in Harder Hall
and the Williamson Sports Center to freshen up before heading to class or the office.
The Sports Center also has lockers that riders may use to store personal items for
Bike storage: Wait Hall has a secure bike storage room that may be used by any student living in
residence halls. Each of the College’s 22 on-campus apartment buildings has secure
bicycle storage racks in the building’s laundry room.
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