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Circulation And Wayfinding

Connectivity is an important element in the development of the campus Master Plan. The movement of foot and vehicular traffic on campus and between campus and community must flow logically and easily. The planning process brought to light a strong preference for alternative transportation connections to help meet this standard. Thesse include dedicated bicycle lanes, increased city transit services, and more sidewalks. The Plan explores a hierarchy of pedestrian spaces and circulation systems that can be used to minimize conflicts and maximize multi-modal transportation options.