On October 18, GLACC and Lansing Community College hosted Alternative Fuel Vehicle Odyssey Day. The event was a success with students participating from LCC and Michigan State University. Students showcased alternative fuel cars that are powered by electricity, propane and solar energy.
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VMT is a measure used in the transportation planning community and elsewhere to report the number of miles that motor vehicles are driven on the road. It is a representation of how much fuel a transportation system uses, the resources necessary to build and maintain that system, and the amount of time the regions’ inhabitants are spending on the road.
We are pleased to introduce our newest team member of GLACC, Priyamvada Kayal. As an intern at GLACC, Priyamvada is looking into the evaluation of the organization in order to know the strengths and weaknesses and to work on certain measures to improve GLACC’s current approach. She will also be exploring and expanding awareness about GLACC among the university groups and community of Greater Lansing area.