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UNT launches parking and transportation study, survey

Dear UNT community,

Please take 10 minutes to tell us what moves you in our campus transportation survey.

Why do we want your feedback?

Our campus is growing and, as many of you are aware, this directly impacts and creates challenges for how we get to and from campus -- whether it’s driving a car, riding a bicycle, walking or using public transportation.

Working with the UNT System and the consulting firm Nelson\Nygaard, UNT is conducting the 2015 Parking and Transportation Master Plan study to analyze our available parking, traffic on and around campus and identify sustainable, efficient and healthy transportation options for our future.

How can you participate?

We value your input and want to hear from you throughout the study. To give your feedback:

  • Take the 10-minute campus transportation survey by Oct. 31.
  • Use our interactive map and open comment board to share what works for you and what can be improved about UNT parking and transportation.
  • Share photos and videos of your commute on Twitter and Instagram with #UNTmoves.
  • Attend our come-and-go transportation planning workshops. The first workshops have been set:
    • 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at the Library Mall
    • 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Library Mall

Geary RobinsonWe encourage you to visit parkingtransitplan.unt.edu regularly to learn more about the study, get study updates, and share photos and videos on the most pressing issues you face regarding transportation on and  around UNT’s campus.

When the study is complete in spring 2016, I’m confident we’ll have a plan in place that will serve UNT for the next 10 years and beyond.

Best,

Geary Robinson

Director of UNT Parking and Transportation Services

Posted on: Tue 11 August 2015

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