University Transportation Survey : Transportation In University Communities
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University Transportation Survey : Transportation In University Communities

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      NTL-PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION-Transit Planning and Policy
    • Abstract:
      Universities and transit agencies across the United States have been finding innovative new ways of providing and financing mobility services on and around university campuses. Many transit agencies are

      providing substantially more service and moving substantially more riders than their counterparts in nonuniversity environments.

      The characteristics of university transportation systems were examined through demographic data and a mail questionnaire from many transit agencies and universities across the United States. The

      questionnaire was mailed to 48 universities and transit agencies. Twenty-three responded with enough valid data and information to be included in the study. The premise of the study was to determine what types of relationships existed between transit performance and university policies or practices. The questionnaire was constructed to examine a number of substantive areas and to acquire foundation

      information, such as demographics and transit performance information. The study included the following areas of inquiry: Campus and Community Master Planning; Parking and Automobile Policy and Practices; University Development, Land Use, and Universities Communities; University Transit Fare Policy; Transit Service; Characteristics to University Campuses; University Transit Fare Subsidies; Student Residential Demographics; Other General Characteristics

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