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The priority and phasing of these projects and their impact on parking supply and demand remains to be determined. In any case, as shown in the following table, there is adequate potential replacement parking on seven sites: •

At the southwest corner of Dean Keeton Street and Red River Street

On the site of the co-op buildings on Guadalupe Street north of West Dean Keeton Street

On Lot 104, Disch-Falk Field

On East 15th Street next to the Erwin Center

Under and replacing the existing Lot 14, between Main Building and Painter Hall

East of the School of Social Work building

Behind the Student Services Building, between University Avenue and Wichita Street

Another potential site, outside The University of Texas at Austin’s current land holdings, is immediately north of the AT&T Conference Center on University Avenue south of the campus. The removal of existing surface parking from locations such as the San Jacinto corridor will eliminate spaces that currently provide relatively low-cost options for faculty and staff. It is important to provide alternatives for these employees, both in remote facilities served by shuttle buses and through other transportation demand management measures. Accessible parking may need to be relocated to garages and served by shuttle. The existing spaces along Inner Campus Drive do not meet technical standards for accessibility; this consideration contributes to the recommendation that those spaces be re-purposed as a contra-flow bicycle lane. A review of actual accessibility requirements and needs is currently underway.

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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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