October 5, 2015
Campus Encouraged to Provide Feedback in Final Round of Transportation Master Plan Forums
Sasaki and Associates, the consulting firm developing the Transportation Master Plan, will return to the University of Kentucky campus for the third and final round of public forums on Thursday and Friday, Oct 8 and 9.
Two forums will take place at the following times and locations:
- Thursday, Oct. 8, beginning at 3:30 p.m., Pavilion A Auditorium in the Chandler Hospital
- Friday, Oct. 9, beginning at 10 a.m., Gatton College of Business and Economics, Room 399
The forums will also be live-streamed on UKNow.
The UK Transportation Master Plan (TMP) aims to improve access and mobility to, from, and around campus for all members of the UK community.
Sasaki will present the final draft of the Transportation Master Plan. The plan is highly informed by feedback the university received from the first and second rounds of public forums, which took place in January and March, 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.
Feedback from these conversations has already led to new programming on the UK campus.
The new BluPass partnership with Lextran, which began in July, was a direct result of feedback received at previous Transportation Master Plan forums.
Use the following links to view videos of the January and
March campus forums.
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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