Parking and transportation systems at colleges and universities must accommodate a wide-range of user groups—resident and commuter students, staff, faculty, visitors, special event attendees, spectators at sporting events, and the local community. Campus transportation and parking systems incorporate public transit services, shuttles, bicycles, scooters, skateboards, and, of course, pedestrians that must be integrated into the overall campus network and infrastructure.
Walker has been serving the higher education market throughout its history, starting with a parking structure at Ball State University in 1972. Since then, the firm has worked with over 500 educational institutions throughout the United States with services that include campus transportation and parking master plans, shuttle studies, transportation demand management (TDM) strategies, parking demand studies, operational and management plans, technology procurement and implementation, structural restoration, as well as full parking facility design services.
Contact David Lieb, TDM-CP to learn more about Walker’s higher ed mobility solutions.