- MCC students currently enrolled in classes are eligible for a Pass to Class, which provides free transit rides to class and
for education-related trips. Passes are available through Student Services at every MCC location.
- MCC´s South Omaha Campus has a Metro bus transit station
built into the Connector building, providing for convenient bus
transportation and transfer to and from campus.
- To plan your route with Google Transit call Metro Transit at 402-341-0800 or visit www.ometro.com.
- MCC offers prime parking spaces to carpoolers.
- To find carpool partners
- talk to your fellow students and colleagues.
- sign up for free at Metro Rideshare. With this noncommercial service, you can anonymously contact others that are interested in carpooling and are traveling your way.
Quick Transportation Stats
- In 2007, Nebraskans consumed 43.7 million barrels of oil in the
transportation of people and goods.1
- Nationwide, 28
percent of the energy used in 2010 was attributed to
transportation.2 MCC transportation encompasses the moving
of people and goods to, from, around and between all seven MCC campus
locations as well as off-campus learning sites.
What is MCC Doing?
- For easier community access, the South Omaha Campus is
physically connected to the Omaha Public Library´s south
branch and an Omaha Metro bus hub.
- The Sarpy Center is connected to the La Vista Public
- MCC Facilities received a grant and has converted its first standard petroleum-fueled vehicle into a
clean-fuel compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle.
- MCC was proud to host the all-electric Tesla Roadster
Sportscar on its trek across the country for the Renew America
Roadtrip in July 2009.
- Activate Omaha
Join the Activate Omaha initiative an get motivated to incorporate
more activity into your daily life. From bike trails and walking
paths to city gardens and skate parks, help yourself and Omaha
become more fitness-conscious. Visit
www.activateomaha.org for details.
- Omaha Metro
Omaha Metro Transit is Omaha's public transit system.
Starting in fall of 2009, Omaha Metro and MCC partnered to form the Pass
to Class program providing MCC credit students with free bus
passes to campus locations and education-related sites on the
Metro routes. For more information regarding Omaha Metro and its routes,
U.S. Energy Information Administration: Nebraska
U.S. Energy Information Administration: Annual Energy Review