March 23, 2015
Second Round of Transportation Master Plan Forums Provides Opportunity for Campus Engagement
The University of Kentucky is continuing work on a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) aimed at improving access and mobility to, from, and around campus for all members of the UK community.
Sasaki and Associates, the consulting firm developing the TMP, will return to campus for the second round of public forums on Thursday, March 26.
The forums will take place at the following times and locations:
- 10:30 a.m. - noon in the Pavilion A Auditorium in the Chandler Hospital
- 1 - 2:30 p.m. in the Student Center Room 230
The forums will also be live-streamed on UKNow.
Sasaki will present preliminary transportation solutions for the campus community to consider. These concepts are highly informed by feedback the university received from the first round of public forums, which took place in January, as well as through the "send us your feedback" feature on the EVPFA website, and from the TMP online survey which yielded nearly 4,800 responses.
Videos of the January forums as well as Monday's responses to recurring questions from audience members are available here.
The TMP aligns with the UK Campus Master Plan — the blueprint for UK's campus transformation that‘s allowing it to become a national model for a thriving, public residential research campus.
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