CCRPA has partnered with Central Connecticut State University to develop a transportation demand management plan for the university. This plan will analyze the current transportation options available to students, staff, and faculty, evaluate current transportation trends, and propose strategies that will provide and encourage the use of transportation modes other than single-occupancy vehicles. The plan will focus on making the university more accessible by walking, cycling, and public transit. Work on this plan will proceed throughout the 2012/2013 school year.
After over a year of public outreach and data collection, the plan has been accepted by the CCSU President's Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability. You can find the approved plan below.
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Do you use public transit?
Would you like to?
Have you ever tried to ride and been frustrated?
Would you like to learn more about upcoming changes?
Would you like to give input on how to make transit work better?
Join us to learn about the existing transit service at CCSU, hear about upcoming changes, and discuss ways of improving the service! When: February 13th 12:00—1:00 pm
Where: Bellin Room (Student Center)
This meeting will focus on improving public transit options around CCSU. Representatives from transit providers, the Central CT Regional Planning Agency, and others will be present to discuss challenges facing the transit system and ways over overcoming them. CCRPA is working with CCSU to study transportation options to and from campus. The goal is to provide the CCSU community with safe and convenient alternatives to driving.