Campus Master Transportation Plan and Parking Study

St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York

The evaluation of the master plan included several key steps. An analysis of existing conditions revealed key issues and opportunities on the campus. Building upon the analysis and the missions of the University, a set of campus goals was identified. Campus planning principles and recommendations, with the purpose of achieving the goals within the context of existing campus conditions, were then developed in conjunction with a strategy for implementation. This included project initiation, scoping, field investigation of existing campus uses, transportation systems, traffic control features, and traffic signal operations at Route 31F. The plan considers issues such as traffic impacts, space allocation, vehicular and pedestrian transit, infrastructure, and overall campus layout and design.