January 23, 2015
UK Hosts Public Forums, Opportunities to Provide Input and Shape Transportation Master Plan
The University of Kentucky has begun work on a Transportation Master Plan aimed at improving access and mobility to, from and around campus for all members of the UK community.
As part of the planning process, the university is seeking input and feedback on both the challenges facing the university in terms of transportation, parking and mobility, as well as ideas about potential solutions.
Sasaki, a Boston-based planning firm, was selected to develop the UK Transportation Master Plan. Working with Sasaki consultants to ensure integration with the overall Campus Master Plan, the university will hold two forums open to the public on the following dates:
- Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 9:30-11 a.m. in the Center Theater in the UK Student Center
- Thursday, Jan. 29, from 2:30-4 p.m. in the Pav A Auditorium at UK HealthCare's Chandler Hospital
Additionally, community members are encouraged to visit the Transportation Master Plan website to receive updates and submit feedback.
UK Parking and Transportation Services is on Twitter! To follow news on parking and transportation issues on campus, including bikes, go to http://twitter.com/UKParking.