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 University Policy Manual
 California State University, Sacramento
Policy Title: Campus Transportation
Policy Administrator: Vice President for Administration/CFO
Authority:
Effective Date:
June 26, 2015
Updated:
June 10, 2015
Index Cross-References:

Policy File Number:
ADM-0146

CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION


Policy Statement:
The purpose of this policy is to maintain a committed and well-developed transportation management program enhancing the university’s mission and addressing issues related to parking, alternative transportation, traffic management and shuttle services on campus.  This policy serves to aid the university in promoting and facilitating access to the University through the aforementioned programs by involving various campus constituencies and gathering perspectives. 

Who the Policy applies to:
This policy applies to all members of the campus community, including students, faculty, staff, visitors and the community with efforts to improve the transportation management program led by the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC).

Why the policy is necessary:
Sacramento State is a campus with multiple ingress and egress routes for passenger vehicles, mass transit vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians.  The University’s transportation management program requires continued monitoring and adjustment with dynamic landscape, parking and travel patterns.  To ensure that people arrive at their destination on campus in a timely manner, it is imperative that pedestrian and vehicular traffic is kept moving smoothly and safely at all times.  This includes traffic on inner and perimeter roads as well as parking lots, parking structures and designated pedestrian and bicycle paths.

Responsibilities:
The policy administrator is the Vice President for Administration/CFO. It is the responsibility of the Senior Director of Transportation and Parking Services to develop and maintain a campus transportation program that meets university needs.  Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) was established on April 11, 1991 to address issues related to campus transportation matters and to make recommendations to the Vice President for Administration/CFO on issues related to parking, traffic management, shuttle services and alternative transportation.

Appointments to the committee are made by the Vice President for Administration/CFO.

Procedures:
Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) Charge

 

Approved by Alexander Gonzalez, President
June 26, 2015