Do you come to campus by car and want to save on fuel (costs) and parking fees, contribute to reducing CO2 emissions and make Heijendaal more accessible? Then driving together might be something for you.
For the Sustainable Accessible Heijendaal project, Radboudumc, Radboud University, ROC Nijmegen and HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem and Nijmegen are working together. So they are re-launching the free co-driving app Toogethr that automatically matches you with colleagues from the neighbourhood to drive to campus and back home together. By collaborating with other (large) organisations in the area, there is always a person who also needs to go your way.
Want to know more?
- On Tuesday 24 January, a Toogethr promotion team will be on campus to tell you more about this app and its possibilities. You can find the promotion team between 3.30pm and 6pm at the car parks of the Huygens and Grotius buildings.
- You can read more about driving to campus together and the Toogethr app (Dutch) on the 'Sustainable to campus' website.
- Example of Rumc colleagues driving together (Dutch)