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    1. Parking at Moravian CollegePresented by The Parking Task Force

    2. “ The Charge” for the Task Force • The Parking Task Force is charged with developing recommendations for ways to respond to the parking challenges associated with (1) the proposed Hurd Campus project and (2) a campus of 1600 students.

    3. Your Parking Task Force • Anne Dutlinger • Blair Flintom • Mark Reed (Co-Chair) • Rena Sinerco • Jim Skalnik • Candi Stoudt • Sean Tallarico (Co-Chair) • David Weber • Bob Windolph

    4. Recommendations from the Task Force • Two categories of recommendations: • “Must Do’s” • Other Recommendations for consideration

    5. The “Must Do’s” • Enhanced shuttle service • “North Only” / “South Only” parking tags • Three tier pricing structure for parking tags • Designated Visitor Parking on Hurd Campus

    6. Enhance Shuttle Service • Addition of 3rd shuttle • Already part of the “operating cost” assumptions with BAM housing • Include at least one “EXPRESS” shuttle • Shuttle will need to service remote lots • Create inviting environment to ride • Courteous drivers • Predictable service • Possibility of outsourcing • Being done at Kutztown

    7. “North” / “South” Hang Tags • Hang tags will have a North/South designation • Eliminates resident students commuting from North campus to Hurd campus • Designation will NOT apply to employees (residents only)

    8. “North” / “South” Hang Tags – cont’d • Designate spaces on existing Foy Hall lot • 25-30 Resident Only spaces • 40-45 Faculty/Staff spaces • 3 Admissions Visitor spaces • 3 General Visitor spaces • 1 Handicap space • Designated spaces facilitate snow removal

    9. Three Tier Pricing • Three Tiers • “On Campus Premium” - $300/yr • 71 spaces - W. Laurel & Geissinger/Laurel • “On Campus” - $150/yr • 211 (current) spaces - All other on campus resident lots except Archives and Steel Field • On Street and Remote Lots - $50/yr • “License to hunt” for street parking and access to remote lots

    10. Three Tier Pricing – cont’d • Offers affordable option for those who demonstrate a need for a car on campus • Student teaching • Clinicals • Creates approximately $50K per year of incremental revenue • Fund additional parking lot (see other considerations) • Fund future parking garage

    11. Designate Admissions Parking on Hurd Campus • To showcase the HURD campus, prospective students must have easy access • Provide 3 designated spaces in Foy lot • Creative alternatives to provide spaces for other visitors: • Widow’s House • Central Moravian • Others?

    12. Other Recommendations for Consideration • Extend Lot B to Iron Street • Assumes acquisition of final property on that quadrant (we believe that will happen soon) • Demolish 225, 227/229 Greenwich and two properties on Elizabeth Ave. • Creates approximately 60 additional spaces • Consistent with Master Plan • Former College overflow housing can be used by the Seminary (losing 227/229) • Fund through increased fees

    13. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Explore adding parking lot adjacent to Sig Ep fraternity • Creates approximately 25 additional spaces • NOT consistent with Master Plan (this space has been designated as part of the Athletic Master Plan) • Fund through increased fees

    14. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Explore Remote Lot alternatives • Affordable alternative for students who wish to “park” car for semester • Shuttles must service remote lots • Equip lots with lighting, emergency phones, and cameras if permissible • Potentially limit sophomore parking to remote lots only

    15. Remote Lots – Cont’d • Current thoughts for remote lots: • Those lots we own: • Archives Lot • Steel Field lot • Those Lots we do NOT own: • 35 E. Elizabeth Ave. • City lots • Hill-to-hill bridge • West of entrance to Sand Island

    16. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Encourage/Facilitate bicycle use on campus • Survey suggests interest in this area • Market as a “green” alternative • Minimal investment • Racks • Storage sheds

    17. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Continue to explore ZipCar/Philly Car Share • “for profit” vs. “not for profit” models are very different • LVAIC initiative? • Determine the need for this based upon success of other alternatives

    18. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Consider creating “Corral” on Hurd campus • Currently only done during community events, Celtic Fest, and Kriskindlemart • ADVANTAGE: Immediate relief for Hurd campus creating approximately 60 spaces • DISADVANTAGE: When BAM project occurs, perception may be that we are adding 220 residents and adding only 5 parking spaces (corral is replaced with parking lot with only 65 spaces)

    19. Other Recommendations – Cont’d • Fund future parking garage • Increased fees can be accumulated to fund future capital investment

    20. TIMETABLE

    21. Summer 2007 • Begin to enhance shuttle service • Determine number of permits to issue/criteria for: • On Campus Premium • On Campus • Basic Registration • Finalize the number and location of “designated spaces” in Foy lot • Finalize use for Steel Field / Archives lots.

    22. Summer 2007 – Cont’d • Designate 3 Admissions Parking Only spaces in Foy lot • Evaluate moving North Campus Admissions Parking Only from Lot M (on Locust Street) to Lot R (behind Colonial Hall) • Decide on corral issue and create (if approved) • Do financial projections to determine financial feasibility of future projects

    23. Fall 2007 • Communicate to students what changes we know are coming • Fee Increases and three tier pricing structure • North / South parking tags • Enhanced shuttle service • Create Sig Ep parking lot

    24. Spring 2008 • Lottery for: • North - On Campus Premium • North - On Campus • South – On Campus (Foy-not premium)

    25. Summer 2008 • Demolish 225, 227/229 Greenwich and extend Lot B to Iron Street • Issue all new student permits • North – On Campus Premium • North – On Campus • South – On Campus • Base Permit • Supplemental lottery for transfer students • New date stickers for Faculty and Staff

    26. Fall 2008 • Create projected bus scheduling with Hurd campus expansion

    27. Spring 2009 • Lottery for: • North – On Campus Premium • North – On Campus • South – On Campus Foy • South – On Campus BAM Premium

    28. Summer 2009 • Hire additional shuttle driver(s) • Lease additional bus • Issue all student permits • North – On Campus Premium • North – On Campus • South – On Campus • Base Permit • Supplemental lottery for transfer students