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• The campus will support mass transit, when possible, to reduce the dependency on the single occupied vehicle.

• Internal campus shuttle routes shall connect parking, pedestrian ways and major destinations of each campus. Potential routes to specific housing areas within the community may be explored.

• Building delivery points should be located near major circulation points. They should also be visually obscure through their location first, then by the use of building design and layout and finally landscape elements.

• Only one delivery point per building should be allowed unless special circumstances require it. Whenever possible, building delivery points should be combined to service multiple buildings.

Vehicular Circulation plays a major role in the overall environment of any campus. It is important to continually evaluate the pedestrian focus of the campus and determine alternate ways to reduce the impact of the motorized vehicle.