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Vehicular Circulation Strategies

• Main public vehicular access points should be clearly marked and have a strong collegiate gateway associated with each.

• Whenever possible, public roads should not penetrate the interior of campus. Perimeter circulation at each campus is desired for pedestrian orientation.

• "Internal" public circulation roads should be eliminated. Frontage roads are not acceptable. Public access should be on city streets.

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Map of Vehicular Circulation Strategies
The campus environment should never be compromised to improve commercial deliveries Use of a multi-purpose walk can help reduce the number of streets on a campus The use of electric carts can reduce the need for streets Many public vehicular access points should be clearly marked and have a strong collegiate gateway associated with each.