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Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities

Issues, Examples, Solutions

by Will Toor

  • 368 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Island Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher & further education,
  • Transport planning & policy,
  • Transportation demand management,
  • Local transit,
  • Campus parking,
  • Transportation,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Public Transportation,
  • Administration - General,
  • Public Policy - City Planning & Urban Dev,
  • Political Science / City Planning & Urban Development,
  • Aviation - General,
  • United States,
  • General,
  • College students

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8611669M
    ISBN 101559636564
    ISBN 109781559636568

    The Goal: "In the transportation area, BGSU’s overall goal is to reduce emissions by eventually moving towards a more sustainable fleet of vehicles that are used less, while at the same time reducing emissions from commuting, especially in single occupancy vehicles, and expanding the use of sustainable mass transportation." -BGSU's Climate Action Plan, For more detailed . We strive to create a more resilient and sustainable campus environment and to provide an educational environment and the tools to address the social, economic, and environmental issues confronting our region, nation, and the world. Read more about Sustainability at .

    Definition. The term sustainable transport came into use as a logical follow-on from sustainable development, and is used to describe modes of transport, and systems of transport planning, which are consistent with wider concerns of are many definitions of the sustainable transport, and of the related terms sustainable transportation and sustainable . Sustainable Campus Planning (M'Gonigle and Starke ) This book by researchers at the University of Victoria describes various ways that campuses can be managed to achieve sustainability objectives, including increased energy efficiency, reduced vehicle travel, and improving planning practices.

    Sustainable transportation is also about balancing our current and future needs. Examples of sustainable transportation include walking, cycling, transit, carpooling, car sharing, and green vehicles. Transportation is the single largest source of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in Canada and anyone can help reduce their harmful. Book cars by the hour or day. Zipcars are self-service and available 24/7 (the keys are right inside the cars!) Zipcars live right on campus, they can be found in Parking Lots 2A and 5 (see Campus Map). There are also Zipcars located at BLVD 63 and Sterling Alvarado Apartments.


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1, By Will Toor and Spenser W. Havlick Island Press,pp., hardcover $60; paperback $ InUCCS hosted a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) workshop with Spenser Havlick, co-author of the book, Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities. The TDM workshop, which included members of the Colorado Springs planning community, resulted in the creation of a Sustainable Transportation Intern position in the Department of.

Will Toor served as Mayor of the city of Boulder, Director of the University of Colorado Environmental Center and was a professor of environmental and transportation policy, geology and general environmental issues at the University of Colorado.

He has a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Chicago. Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities: Issues, Examples, Solutions Will Toor and Spenser W.

HavlickIsland PressISBN College and university communities across North America are facing difficult questions about automobile use and transportation.

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Our campus takes into consideration multiuse transportation through our main campus providing bicycle storage and wide paths. To learn more about sustainable transportation on College campuses check out Spenser Havlick's, Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities. On campus grounds sustainable transportation planning can be seen as providing incentives for walking, bicycling, taking mass transit, ridesharing, discouraging the use of single-occupancy cars by passing on the full costs of parking to drivers, and linking transportation planning to Cited by: examination of sustainable transportation on the University of Kansas campus.

Many alternatives to current operations are available that would decrease the number of vehicles on campus and consequently reduce carbon dioxide emissions and other environmental concerns.

An analysis produced by the Georgetown Climate Center about state-level programs and policies supporting sustainable communities examined what's being done to achieve sustainable communities outcomes, how their legal frameworks govern land use and transportation policies, and discussed notable programs or policies from a sustainable communities perspective.

Purpose - This paper aims to show the present level of sustainable transportation, mainly walking and bicycling, on a large campus in the US Midwest Author: David Howard Kaplan. Transportation Options No car, no problem UB offers plenty of ways to travel around campus using alternative transportation methods.

Our system of convenient, free shuttles and buses make it easy to travel to or around any of our three campus centers. Sustainable Transportation Image credit Inhabitat Transportation corridors and facilities are major components of the nation’s landscape and public realm.

Integrating comprehensive transportation planning with natural systems analysis and land use planning is essential for creating livable communities in sustainable.

Will Toor is the author of Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Transportation a /5(8).The U.S.

Department of Transportation recently announced its selection of the National Center for Sustainable Transportation, led by the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies, to receive a five-year grant totaling approximately $14 million ($ million in the initial year) to advance a more sustainable transportation system.

Sustainable Travel and Commuting. The CommuterChoice Program (Cambridge/Allston) and MASCO (Longwood) provide employees with benefits and programs that encourage transit use, bicycling, walking, and carpooling.

Harvard is also a major supporter of the Hubway regional bike share program — supporting 12 stations in Cambridge and Boston, and .