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Campus Parking Solutions: An Examination of Prices and Practices at Mid-Sized Universities

Authors: Caryn DeCrisanti*, Central Connecticut State University
Topics: Transportation Geography, Urban and Regional Planning
Keywords: Transportation Planning, University Parking
Session Type: Poster
Day: 4/8/2020
Start / End Time: 3:20 PM / 4:35 PM
Room: Virtual Track 3
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Parking problems on university campuses are an oft-researched, but rarely solved problem. Historically, the solution to increased parking demand has been the construction of additional parking supply, but campus parking problems persist. Central Connecticut State University (CCSU; enrollment 11,154) is a mid-sized university with a perceived parking problem due to high parking demand during peak hours. This research examines the transportation policies at other mid-sized universities, as well as industry-wide innovations in parking, to ultimately develop a catalog of parking best practices for mid-sized universities.

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