• Improve relationship between west and central campus with open space, vistas, and circulation systems.
• Carefully weave circulation modalities through land use rather than letting circulation define land use.
• Strengthen the physical, functional and perceived connection between the central historic and western districts of campus.
• Zone circulation systems to compliment the land uses and reflect movement from vehicular to non- motorized wheeled transport to pedestrian routes at the core. Interconnect circulation systems (vehicular, bike, and pedestrian) at key areas while generally providing separate routes for each.