Transportation and Parking

Example Plans

2013–2023 Transportation Master Plan

A companion document to the university's institutional master plan for the campus.
Conference Presentations

Campus Parking and Mobility Rapid Fire

In three presentations, we'll explore sustainable solutions to help you rethink parking and mobility on your campus.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Developing a Next-Generation Campus Bike-Share Program

Bike-share programs may be just what universities have been looking for as they become more sustainable in deed as well as in word.
Conference Presentations

Like Them or Not

You will learn about micro-mobility trends, strategies, and policies you can apply and adapt to your campus infrastructure and reap their benefits.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Pedestrian Planning on College Campuses

College campuses provide an ideal setting to promote walking, and on-campus pedestrian planning efforts can provide leadership for the wider community as well.
Blog Post

Planning For: Shared Autonomous Vehicles

Realistic planning for the operations and financing of SAVs will require cooperation between departments such as facilities, parking and transportation, finance, student affairs, and planning.
Example Plans

RELLIS Campus Master Plan

Detailed campus master plan documentation for the institution’s innovation campus.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Solving Campus Parking Shortages: New Solutions for an Old Problem

Recent major enrollment and construction trends on campus mean that, once again, the demand for parking is increasing at the same time as supply is being eroded. Universities and colleges, however, are able to achieve more integrated parking and transportation policies than are other large institutions.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Traffic Congestion on a University Campus

Universities are in a special position to take information related to the patterns and causes of congestion and apply it to their planning goals. In particular, they can work effectively to reduce demand.
Conference Presentations