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• Support alternative modes of transportation to reduce the number of motorized vehicles coming to campus.

• Establish zone parking to reduce "internal" vehicular circulation.

• Keep campus residential parking to the perimeter of campus, or even off-site, to reduce the daily use of the vehicle.

• When a parking structure is required, consider integrating people space to help provide a collegiate identity for the building.

• Surface lots should incorporate proper landscaping for screening and shade. Lots should be broken up with larger islands of plant materials.

It is projected another 3000 parking spaces will be needed to support a campus of 20k FTE (on campus equivalent of of 15k FTE) This is a ratio of 2.5 spaces per student, more efficient than today's 2 spaces per student. In order to preserve open space, parking structures will need to be introduced on the campus. When possible, these structures should be multi-purpose, combining program space with parking. In all cases, the new structures will have high quality exterior envelopes to maintain the architectural character of the campus.