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Survey seeks information on parking and transportation

University faculty, staff and graduate students are being asked to complete a survey about parking and transportation use and behavior that will help determine a strategy for meeting short- and long-term needs in these areas.

They will receive an e-mail message inviting them to participate in the survey, which will be available online from Monday, Nov. 14, through Wednesday, Nov. 23. Paper copies will be disseminated to those without regular access to computers. Undergraduate needs in these areas will be assessed through a separate, broader survey to be administered at a later date.

The study takes about 10 minutes to complete. It will provide baseline data about parking and transportation use and behavior, which will be used to develop system-wide recommendations for campus parking and shuttle operations. These recommendations will be included in the 10-year campus plan being developed by University administrators and the firm of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners LLP.

The parking and transportation survey is being administered by the Office of the University Architect in cooperation with Chance Management Advisors, a parking and access management firm in Philadelphia.

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