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Mobility Systems pEDESTRIANs Pedestrian paths define the campus’s main axes—the malls—and also comprise the fine-grained network of interstitial passageways formed by the arrangement of campus buildings. The qualities of surface treatment, shade, and freedom from obstruction exhibited by such spaces as the ones between Painter and Welch Halls, or between Parlin and Sutton Halls, should be models for improvements of existing pedestrian corridors (e.g., between Patterson and Woolwich Laboratories) and for the scale and treatment of new paths in the developing Central Campus. In the area north of Dean Keeton Street, streetscape and pathway improvements should also be guided by reference to the best walkways in the Core Campus.

The space between Painter and Welch Halls

S idewal ks S treet Crosswal k s Corridor / passage M all 05/09/2013

University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan  

University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan, Fall 2012

University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan  

University of Texas at Austin Campus Master Plan, Fall 2012

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