Feedback sought on campus congestion report

Monday, September 26, 2016

The Campus Congestion Task Force, appointed by Chancellor Philip L. Dubois in November 2015, has completed its report on the University’s current traffic situation.

Congestion on campus is caused by a myriad of interconnected factors, and reducing congestion will require a coordinated effort by many campus units.

In the Campus Congestion Task Force report, which can be viewed as a PDF online, there are 34 recommendations to improve traffic. These recommendations are in four areas: roads and physical layout of campus, parking, campus transit and campus operations.

Members of the campus community are encouraged to review the report and its recommendations, and email their feedback to Kim Bradley, chief of staff, at by Friday, Oct. 21.