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Campus Summary: Program Directory Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford ADMINISTRATION Director Seamus Wilmot Clifford Contreras Duane Hicks Ron Fleming Scott Martin Renée A. Fortier Robert Michael Delo Brian d'Autremont Jon Gledhill Robert Defendini Larry Pageler Brodie Hamilton Avalle/Director of Campus Services Associate Director n/a n/a Lisa Koerbling, Kevin Cox Phillip Garcia Parking & Finance Associate Director n/a n/a Eric Lew, Enci Naghshineh N/A N/A Business, Systems & Project Management Associate Director n/a n/a Sherry Lewis, N/A N/A Fleet & Transit Manager n/a n/a Nelly Cruz Tim McNeil/Wayen N/A Kwan Assistant Director n/a n/a Christine Dacanay Penny Menton, Karin Groth - Asst. Todd Berven (Transit N/A Susan Willats N/A Communications & Director of Ops) Commuter Services Transportation, Parking and Fleet Services Business Manager Seamus Wilmot Roberta Devine Wanda Brown Christine Dacanay Steve Wang Kevin Cox N/A Allison Johnson N/A Planning & Analysis Billy Riggs (shared Roberta Devine Wanda Brown Management Team Dave Karwaski Melanie Arias Gledhill & Cox Robert Defendini Larry Pageler, Teresa N/A services) Buika Grants n/a Roberta Devine Wanda Brown Management Team Depends on grant Theresa Bagg Peter Davis/Robert James Wagner Teresa Buika Angus Davol type Wong Information Technology Contracted Jeremy Dalbeck Jonathan Opie Clint Maruki Eric Lew Centralized Jan Ricketts Peter McMillan, John Angus Davol Steele Marketing & Outreach Cameron Ahmadi; Mary Maffly Wanda Brown Jennifer Cartnal and Penny Menton Eliud Escobedo Jr Centralized Suzanne Wilson Candice Ward, Cathy Angus Davol Alesia Woods Christine Dacanay Crowe Lisa Kwiatkowski TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT Bicycle Programs Alesia Woods David Takemoto- Dave Entrekin Antoinette Saenz Vicky Bajwa Michael King Brian Raboy Irma Henderson Curt Lutz Peter Davis/Robert Jamey Wagner Cathy Crowe Ariadne Scott Weerts Wong Vanpool Programs Alesia Woods Mary Maffly Dave Entrekin Michael Davis Vicky Bajwa Isabell Rodriguez Karin Groth Irma Henderson Curt Lutz Peter Davis/Robert Leslie Mancebo Cathy Crowe Lisa Kwiatkowski Wong Carshare Programs Alesia Woods Mary Maffly Dave Entrekin Michael Davis Vicky Bajwa Michael King Karin Groth Irma Henderson Curt Lutz Peter Davis/Robert Jamey Wagner Teresa Buika Angus Davol Wong Transit Programs Alesia Woods Mary Maffly Dave Entrekin Ken Ezell Vicky Bajwa Sherry Lewis Karin Groth Irma Henderson Todd Berven Peter Davis/Robert Larry Pageler Ward Thomas Wong Campus Shuttles Earl Lockhart; Fred Humberto Contreras; ASUCI Vicky Bajwa Karin Groth Lance Danks Todd Berven Greg Mohr N/A Allison Johnson, Ward Thomas Johnson Lester Weekes Tracy Freeman Alternative Transportation Manager n/a Michael Davis Vicky Bajwa Irma Henderson Curt Lutz Peter Davis Jamey Wagner Lisa Kwiatkowski PARKING MANAGEMENT Permit Sales Alesia Woods Erin Paige Tim Phillips Jennifer Cartnal Nelly Cruz Debbie Corral Marylynn Newbrander Fern Nailon Tricia McGovern Roberto Aguilera Katrina Stenton Ana Lorenzana Policy Management Fred Johnson; Alesia Michelle McArdle Wanda Brown Tim Management Team Scott Martin Lisa Koerbling Enci Naghshineh Brian d'Autremont Gledhill & Cox Robert Defendini Andrew Klein Phillip Garcia Woods Phillips Enforcement Alesia Woods George Lamb Eric Cross, Connie Dina Ochoa Israel Garcia Terri McWilliams Rene Rodriguez Martin Greenawalt Tim McNeil/Wayen Jason Ziebarth Bob Tanner Jared Roberts Jenison Kwan (University Police) Maintenance Fred Johnson George Lamb Eric Cross Richard Zavala Nelly Cruz David Connors Andrew Stewart Marco Arciniega Peter Davis Bob Sundberg Allison Johnson, Phillip Garcia Bobby Griffin Events Management Alesia Woods Sandy Morgan Deborah Robers Andre Gaines Israel Garcia Steve Rand Debbie Manlongat Jennifer Rodgers Tim McNeil/Wayen Jason Ziebarth Susan Willats, Ariana Gamino Kwan Deborah Bryant Ariadne Scott Page 1 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Demographics Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford USC PARKING Total number of parking spaces 6,695 16,713 6,844 14,248 3,894 23,976 2,587 9,398 17,689 6,677 6,037 5,091 20,665 On-campus 16,713 6,120 1,116 23,976 2,228 9,398 17,689 6,253 5,613 5,091 20,665 Off-campus 724 2,778 0 359 0 0 424 424 N/A 395 Overall Parking Utilization 82% 82% 89% 79% 86% Entire Campus: 88.23% 75% 80% 93% 70% 76% Main Campus: 92.94% # of Parking Structures 4 3 2 4 1 30 0 0 7 6 3 1 of 527 spaces 6 TRAFFIC Campus Average Daily Traffic 108,110 119,269 19,470 21,242 unavailable (ADT) Average Vehicle Ridership (AVR) 2008/09 School In process 1.9 1.167 (random 1.55 - Empoyee 1.60 employees 2.2 1.89 Unavailable - Employee AVR year: Student AVR survey) AVR - Student AVR = 5.91. Employee 1.67 AVR = 1.71. Total 3.34 - Combined AVR combined AVR = 2.90 (weighted avg.) 3.51. EMPLOYEES: Employees 2008 employee commuters SOV 55% 24% 88% 46% 36% 53% 63% 55% 40% - 11055 53% 39.6% 50% MOV 15% n/a 5% 0% 16% 18% 28% - 7893 18% 24.1% Transit 56% 21% 4% 5% 29% 16% 16% 14% 25% - 7000 18% 29.7% 25% Bike 17% 40% 3% 12% 2% 2% 1% 1% 4% - 1000 9% 3.4% 11% Ped 55% 6% 1% 19% 1% 10% 1% 8% 3% - 811 1% 0.1% 3% Vanpool n/a 2% 7% 5% See MOV 1.5% 0.4% Shuttle n/a 1% 9% N/A 1.8% Included in Transit Carpool 8% 13% 16% 12% 3% other 4% other See MOV 9% S= Student; F/S= Faculty/Staff 11% DATE THIS PAGE LAST UPDATED: 3/4/2010 2/18/2010 3/18/2010 2/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/15/2010 3/4/2010 3/18/2010 3/18/2010 3/6/2009 3/14/2010 3/17/2010 Page 2 of21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Point-Of-Sale Systems Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Character & Using T2's PowerPark for Developed and Using T2 Power Park ANTPARK. POS provided by IPARQ. Custom built legacy system Developed and PowerPark Classic from Using T2 Flex 6.5.38 for Permit Current FileMaker Currently using iParq and Developed and Currently using Origins of permit sales & citations maintained in-house by IT Flex for Permit Sales Developed and using PowerBuilder front-end maintained in T2 Sales. Citation Processing uses system was developed have submitted a RFP so maintained in-house. enhanced 4D system Current POS processing. RFP staff. Custom access and electronic file maintained in- and Oracle DB for in-person house. Turbo Data. and is maintained in- we can assess other customized and System currently being prepared frontend for SQL Server transfers to the The house. permit issuance. Custom built house by Associate vendors maintained in-house for new system. backend. Originally Phoenix Group for Director Kevin Cox. and by an outside POS system which calculates Access was both front citation processing. We consultant. all permit fees due, and tracks and backend. are six upgrades behind. Currently assessing all cash/ck/cc revenue whether to upgrade to (vanpool, misc, in-person current version or move citations, daily sales, pay to a new system like station/meters). Custom built AIMS. system in .NET for on-line applications/payments. Daily sales handled thru separate POS system tied to our gates. Integration w/ No Nightly synchronization Interfaces with PPS with Integrates with Automatically integrates all Yes & No. Our on-line system Integrates with No Not automatic; requires manual System interates with To the point the campus Currently - not Campus with Banner, PPS and programmming. campus customer data, including utilizes information campus Payroll downloads into T2 and out to UCSF PeopleSoft HR allows integrated automatic; requires Databases? Computing Accounts Currently are looking to Registrar and citation histories and payroll downloaded from both the and Registrar campus systems. Lack of database, but requires access. Generally manual downloads databases. launch on-line citation Payroll systems. deductions. employee and student systems. integration is a function of campus a manual process via dependent on data into POS system. payments that will security concerns and shortage of data export/inports. extracts to Excel. Lack databases. Our in-person transport directly to IT resources. Expect this process to of integration is a permit mgmt system has campus ledger. be automated via function of campus limited interaction with data ODBC within the next confidentiality/security from campus databases 12 months with concerns. (mainly student record system upgrade to FileMaker and housing system). version 8. On-Line Limited Custom web applications Yes. Citation payments. Yes, Yes Yes, but not for everything Yes Yes. But our web Yes, our Student web application Not currently used for Yes, the majority of our long- Accommodates on-line Current system Capabilities integrate with database. accommodates yet. application of selling was developed by our campus IT on-line processing, but term permit sales are applications, but not real- accomodates online Online permit purchases, on-line student permits is a stand- and sends data to Flex. this functionality exists conducted online time processing. This is applications. citation payments, special applications and alone application that is Currently, we are working with T2 within FileMaker. due to our need to event reservations, and processing. to launch our Faculty/Staff site "qualify" permit not part of PowerPark. others. using T2's web service. purchases by a variety Data from the web permit of conditions: class sales are exported to level, housing, etc. PowerPark. Database Oracle SQL Server 2005. Crystal Reporting with a Microsoft Mainly Oracle DB, with PowerPark is based on Flex uses Oracle FileMaker Pro 7, iParq and Access Filemaker Pro with web 4D System web-based application. Access w/ SQL. PowerBuilder or .NET front- Oracle. upgrading to version 8. integration. ends. Page 3 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Point-Of-Sale Systems Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Satisfaction & Not satisfied with current Satisfied with flexibility of Power Park Flex Satisfied. Will Not satisfied with current We are in the process of No, not Yes and seeking improvements. Satisfied with current Currently have RFP in place Yes and no. System is Current system Future Plans system. Looking at a new current system. We will requires constant keep adding system. Waiting to use implementing T2 PowerPark satisfied—especially System has some custom system, see it as fully to source other vendors affordable and scale- developed 10+ years systems. be reviewing other custom programming on elements to be Irvine Campus System. Flex to handle core business when T2 says it will stop business limitations but for the "scale-able." The able, but could benefit ago and meets most options or beginning the citation side of the able to track processes (POS, inventory supporting the "classic" most part is scalable. We could ability to easily and from improved real-time needs. However, program in-house house. Have citation daily GHG using benefit from improved real-time affordably maintain, processing and technology and management, A/R -- exclusive version of PowerPark in replacement system. module but have not the system. processing of citations, expand and upgrade database integration. architecture are of daily sales), with an open favor of its new web- utilized it due to historic compatible handhelds and the system in-house is dated. information stored at architecture to allow us to based version. developing campus data a tremendous The Phoenix Group. manage our more esoteric integration. advantage vs. relying Looking to utilize citation business processes (student on an "off-the-shelf" module or explore other pointing, departmental space or vendor-developed available citation allocations) in custom system. systems. databases. We anticipate implementation of phase 1 of the new system in summer 2010. email Contact Seamus Wilmot email@example.com Wanda Brown Jennifer Cartnal Nelly Cruz (firstname.lastname@example.org) Eric Lew (email@example.com) Karin Groth Mike Delo Melanie Arias firstname.lastname@example.org Kevin Cox James.Wagner@tps.ucsb.e Andy Klein Steve Sears email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com (kgroth@ucmerc (firstname.lastname@example.org) (email@example.com) du (firstname.lastname@example.org), (email@example.com) cdavis.edu) u) ed.edu) John Steele (firstname.lastname@example.org) Comments Contract awarded in 2009 and Our current plan is to implementation of phase 1 of develop a campus-solution new system in summer 2010. for our permit sales needs. We will likely invite Citation Processing vendors to submit proposals for processing our parking citations. DATE THIS 3/4/2010 2/18/2010 3/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/4/2010 3/18/2010 3/6/2009 no changes 3/14/2010 3/17/2010 PAGE LAST UPDATED: Page 4 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transportation Demand Management Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford " GROUP COMMUTE" PROGRAMS Public Transit BART; Bus; Train. Pre-tax AmTrak, 3 Transit Agencies Capitol Corridor Amtak train, Bus, Train Bus, Train Six transit service providers, Bus and Rail Connection Bus (Riverside Transit SD Transit, NC Transit, Local and regional bus and rail Metropolitan Transit Distric Bus, Service contract w/ local public Primary transit to campus is the purchase program available provide bus service Regional Transit, e-Tran, Yolo plus FlyAway express bus to Agency), Rail (Metrolink) Commuter Rail Connection. access also some last mile Long Distance Buses (Coastal transit agency, SCMTD. Marguerite shuttle which through vendor: WageWorks. Transit, Roseville transit, LAX and Amtrak Thruway Bus connections to transit via Express, Clean Air Express and Transported over 2.39 million connects with rail (Caltrain), WageWorks also provides pre- Yuba/Sutter Transit, El Dorado to the Van Nuys Amtrak station. campus shutltle as well as bus Valley Express). UCSC passengers during 08- transit (VTA, Samtrans, AC tax park & ride options to transit. club program.. Have pretax Amtrak Train has such poor on- 09 at a cost of $3.1 million. Transit, Dumbarton Express). employees. transit program through 3rd time performance that use has UCSC accounts for ~58% of all Secondary transit connecting to party vendor (HR Simplified). dropped to nearly nil. SCMTD ridership in Santa Cruz the university's primary transit County. providers: BART, Muni, ACE train. Line U of AC Transit (express line from the East Bay) comes onto campus. Public Transit Incentives Subsized employee unlimited Discounted bus passes for bus Discounted passes to all public Train - 20% subsidy; Bus, train, - 30% subsidy; Minimum 50% subsidy for all Subsidize Merced County "The UPASS: All students, staff, Subsidized regional passes for Pretax Transit program Students Pay a $13.13/Qtr lock- Subsidized SCMTD transit pass GO Pass (free Caltrain ride transit pass; mandatory fee and discounted Commuter transit systems. Subsidies for "University Pass" bus pass, complimentary 12 day use transit passes or rides. Bus" pass for students and and faculty ride any RTA faculty, staff, students, and administered by HR Simplified. in fee to get unlimited bus for faculty & staff, mandatory boarding) Eco Pass (free VTA, unlimited transit ride pass Checks for train, ERH, 2 daily vanpools, carpools, bikes, etc. unlimited rides on OCTA, permits, GRH. partial for faculty & staff. Both route at any time for free unlimited free rides on all bus Emergency Ride Home usage. Fines and Forfitures subsidized pass for students. DB Express boarding), free students; pre-tax transit parking permits per month, commuting to work. $95/year (86% subsidy) provide unlimited bus usage of routes serving UCSD, which program. Free secure bicycle currently pays up to $21 per Both provide unlimited bus boarding on Line U East Bay purchase for employees; Transit Enterprise Rental Car Voucher all routes operating under this now includes 9 different bus parking at major camus sites. month toward 30-day unlimited usage county-wide. express, all Marguerite shuttles, subsidies for faculty, staff & good for 2 complimentary hours public transit agency. routes. City CarShare discount. use bus passes including express to East Bay, students (1 per quarter upon request); pre-tax transit passes and eligibility for grand prize drawing Commuter Checks, free hourly car rental and Zipcar credit, $282/year Clean Air Cash, Emergency Ride Home, carshare, free transit for new riders and new employees. Campus Shuttles Extensive day and night Shuttle to UCDHS Intercampus shuttle to UC Extensive day and night Campus-To Campus Shuttle Extensive Campus Express 2 routes operating fall, winter 10 routes carrying approx. 16 shuttle bus routes annually N/A On-campus Day and Night 42 Marguerite buses (39 services: intra-campus, to Davis campus; Sacramento services: Free on-campus, intra- and employee shuttles from shuttle, employee shuttle and spring quarters 24,000 riders daily. transport 2.2 mil faculty, staff, Shuttles transported 2.14 operating on biodiesel fuel, 2 surrounding neighborhoods for campus shuttle servicing the campus, low rate to remote parking lots. between UCLA MC and Santa students, patients and visitors million passengers in 08-09. diesel-electric hybrid buses). night service and to remote site. medical center campus; Capital surrounding neighborhoods. Monica sites, shuttle between between primary campus sites The13-route system connects Free service to campus affiliates City Hospital shuttle servicing University South Apts and and some secondary campus the campus with local transit except remote site shuttle. the Light Rail Station. campus. locations for University business hubs and local destinations with throughout the workday. Night daily ridership of 5,000 and service provided to surrounding annual ridership of more than neighborhood. 1.3 million. Carpool Parking Discounted carpool permits for Discounted carpool permits for Discounted carpool permits for Discounted carpool permits for Discounted carpool permits for 3-person employee carpools Discounted carpool permits Carpool spaces are reserved Dedicated spaces, GRH, OU Discounted (shared cost) and Free Parking Perks to Student Discounted carpool permits for Facutly, staff, and students. staff, faculty and students, staff, faculty, graduate students, Faculty, Staff and Students. Fac/Staff & Graduate Fac/Staff , preferential reserved have Blue (mobility) parking available for students, faculty until 10:00am exclusively for parking passes, free carsharing pretax carpool parking permit Carpools. Fac/Staff may staff, faculty and students, Carpool credit(discounted some preferential reserved and undergraduates living Provide reserved parking for 3 Employees, preferential carpool parking. privileges. 2-person employee and staff carpoolers; afterwards, open hours, etc. availale at all campus locations purchase half-priced long-term some preferential reserved parking permits/cash incentives, carpool parking. outside of Davis, ERH, 2 daily person carpools. reserved carpool parking. carpools and student carpools to other permit holders for students, staff, & faculty. parking permits and get free carpool parking. prime reserved parking, free parking permits per month, have non-mobility parking Free parking is provided for use parking perks: Free Carshare, hourly car rentals/carshare, reserved parking space, privileges. of City CarShare from campus Free Bus Pass and Free Emergency Ride Home, one Enterprise Rental Car Voucher to campus locations. Emergency Ride Home free daily permit per month per good for 2 complimentary hours services. person, ridematching database, (1 per quarter upon request), targeted outreach. eligibility for grand prize drawing. Vanpools Privately operated w/ ~30 3 vans w/ 49 participants. 6 vans w/ 40 participants. 19 vans w/ 124 participants 4 vans w/ 42 participants 162 vans w/ 1,650 full-time In Progress 24 vans with 165 participants 46 vans w/ 305 participants In-house operation. Service 13 Vans with 140 participants 22 vans transport ~260 Subsidy of $200 per month for participants Discounted parking permits for Preferential parking for participants and 467 part-time area includes the entire Bay commuters, primarily staff and each Stanford vanpool, free staff, faculty & students, ERH, 2 vanpools. participants. Area and beyond. Operating faculty. reserved parking, $282/year for daily parking permits per month 45 shuttles that carry an each rider, free hourly car per full time rider, reserved average of 404 passengers rental/carshare, free and parking space, Enterprise daily. Program is generally self- reserved vanpool parking, Rental Car Voucher good for 2 funded. Vanpool members can ridematching database, complimentary hours (1 per purchase use of 10 single day targeted outreach, Emergency quarter upon request), subsidy reduced parking passes Ride Home. towards driver exams, eligibility quarterly. for grand prize drawing. Buspool goBus: Discounted bus Discontinued in early 1990s due No No N/A Have had bus club in place N/A N/A No passes, ERH, 2 daily parking to low demand & high cost. since 1974; Marin Commute permits per month, Enterprise Club, 3 buses with 110 monthly Rental Car Voucher good for 2 riders. W alk-up/one-way complimentary hours (1 per ridership is accepted based on quarter upon request); eligibility availability. Club members can for grand prize drawing purchase use of 10 single day reduced parking passes quarterly. Transit Pool same as Buspool "goBus" No No No N/A NA N/A N/A No Train Pool goTrain: Discounted via 2 ZevNet electric vehicles No No No N/A NA N/A N/A No Commuter Checks good (Toyota Rav-4's) towards train pass, ERH, 2 daily parking permits per month, Enterprise Rental Car Voucher good for 2 complimentary hours (1 per quarter upon request); eligibility for grand prize drawing INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS Page 5 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transportation Demand Management Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Bicycles Extensive bicycle parking Extensive bicycle infrastructure Bicycle racks located at the Bicycle incentives include Bike lockers, shower & locker X X Monthly bike breakfasts, $20 Have bike program at all major 10,000+ Bike Racks, 40 Bike Commuter Shower Program, Commuter showers and including secure facilities; on campus, allows for purchase entrance of all buidlings. Two "inclement weather passes"; room for fac/staff commuters, helmet vouchers at campus campus sites. Facilities include Lockers, Perks to Bike Bike Shuttle uphill to campus, lockers, bike lockers, $282/year bicycle racks on campus of daily A permits, educational secured bicycle storage areas. bicycle give-always; on-campus Bike Center for repairs, new bike shop, TritonBike bike share both outside and caged Commuters: Free Showers in bike racks on shuttles and Clean Air Cash, free hourly car shuttles; free CA bicycle outreach programs. goBike Exploring bicycle incentives to Bike Shop; future bicycle hub. bike route signage and stencils, program, Pedal Club bicycle facilities. Bike racks include two locations on campus. buses. Bike Shuttle transports rental/carshare, discounted licensing services; educational members: one complimentary be implemented in the future. Extensive bicycle parking Bike Rack Deployment Plan, commuter program, etc. high security and standard ~200 riders/day. helmets, bike licensing, annual materials/outreach; Campus daily permit per month, free Allow for the purchase of daily including bicycle racks on Departmental Bruin Bikes configurations. Bike permits bike rack additions, regional Bicycle Plan (Spring 2006). access to shower & locker "C" permits. campus and on campus program launched, Bicycle required for use of caged bike map, free leg bands and facilities through the ARC, 20% shuttles; free bicycle registration Library grant funding obtained. facilities. Some limited bike rear lights, free head lights for discount on bike lockers, 40% services; Bicycle Education and safety programs offered. Bike new students, bike shop on discount on Unitrans 10-Ride Enforcement Program (BEEP); racks on all campus shuttles. campus, bike safety repair passes (1 per quarter), 2007 UCIrvine LRDP Bikeway stand on campus, cash Enterprise Rental Car Voucher Network incentives for student helmet good for two complimentary use, folding bike promotion hours (1 per quarter upon (free rental and subsidy for request), EMH for UC Davis purchase), bike safety classes, affiliates living outside of Davis, bike safety dorm and Yolo TMA EMH for UC Davis department road shows, bike affiliates living within Davis, quiz online, Bike Safety eligibility for grand prize Invention Challenge, bike Carshare Carshare for fac/staff and Zipcar (personal and business) Zipcar - 9 vehicles on campus. UCLA Car Share w/ Zipcar has Zipcar coming June 1, 2010 Zipcar introduced in 2/10 to 18+ 14 Zipcars available on campus City Careshare provides 14 Zipcar.com/ucsb Zipcar introduced in 9/07 to 18+ Yes: 30 Zipcar vehicles at 14 students. City Carshare, and UC Davis Fleet Services 14 vehicles on-site and six in students, staff, faculty and - UCSD provides Rideshare vehicles at all campus sites; FREE signup students, staff, faculty and Stanford locations. $35 driving ZipCar, and U-Carshare on (business only). Hourly car the surrounding neighborhood community members. 4 members with limited # of free Zimride coming soon. Currently 3 zipcars on campus community members. Eleven credit with $35 registration. $8 campus rental program with Enterprise for a total of 20 in close Zipcars currently on campus. hours/month. renting for $5.50 per hour or cars in five pods experiencing credit per month for Commute Rent-A-Car for all campus proximity. $60 per day 35-40% utilization with ~780 Club members. Integration pilot affiliates 18+ members. with Zimride. Free department memberships and department use can be charged to purchase card. COMMUTE ASSISTANCE Ridematching services Ridematching through Zimride Ridematching through Use both the Medical Center Zimride carpool and vanpool Ridematching provided via Ridematching through Zimride Yes AlternetRides online carpool Ride matching provied through Online Real-Time Carpool Ridematching provided through Rideshare matching and (zimride.com) Zimride.com/ucdavis and campus ridematching services ride matching services. Zimride, Inc. matching. AlterNetRides; vanpool ride Matching by 3rd party vendor local RTC and (as of 4/09) commute planning. Zimride AlterNetRides.com as well as a regional database. matching provided both in (www.carpoolworld.com/ucsb.h Zimride. enables instant connection house and via on-line 511 tml). Ride Board for occasional through existing Facebook Rideshare matching system longer trips accounts and custom event supported by Cal Trans. (www.as.ucsb.edu/rides). ridematching by request. Some Zimride marketing to begin incentives offered by Zimride for shortly. events or promotions. Poster campaign with 511.Org to market ridematching for Spanish speakers. Emergency Ride Home Available to Fac/Staff through TAPS ERH Program available Available to Faculty, Staff and Guaranteed Ride Home(GRH) Guaranteed Ride Home(GRH) Vanpool only, but soon to No Yes Yes Available to all students, staff, & Available to all fac/staff in AT Provided fac/staff in AT Yes, for all commuters using County CMA to all goClub members students enrolled in the program for all rideshare program for all rideshare include Commuter Express bus faculty who do not commute programs, but only to students programs through Santa Cruz alternative transportation. Plus, (students, staff & faculty) who Commuter Choice Program. participants participants provided by OCTA services and eventually rolled alone by car. riding vanpools. Area TMA. Freshman Emergency Ride live outside of Davis, purchase a out to all alt. modes. Home program. monthly bus/train pass, carpool or vanpool. Also partner with Yolo TMA on their ERH Program. OTHER PROGRAMS On-Campus Housing X 25% of all undegraduate X Yes X Grad & UG student housing Yes Campus Housing currently 29% of students reside in 45% of students housed on- Housing for faculty, 95% of students live on campus. available; no housing for provides accomodations for University-owned housing either campus undergrads and 57% of grads. Limited on campus housing for fac/staff approximately 17% of the on-campus or adjacent to None for Postdocs. staff, faculty, and graduate current campus graduate and campus. An additional 42% of students. professional "student" student population lives in the population, approximately 3,000 ajacent student enclave of Isla students. Also provides some Vista. housing for faculty, post doctoral and clinical fellows, and residents. Residential Parking Parking restrictions also for No parking for freshman in X Yes Limited freshman granted only No No Daytime parking restrictions Lottery for Residence Halls to Residential frosh/soph No freshman cars; campus Restrictions commuting students living residence halls since Fall 2002. to exceptions through appeal apply to most campus sites with have proximal parking prohibition w/ exceptions resident students can only within 2 miles of the cental process parking access priorities through appeal process. purchase permits valid in their campus. outlined by campus policy. residential area. Unless there is on site parking availability tied directly to Housing or campus avilability, student residents do not have daytime parking accesss. Flex-Time & Telecommuting Informal arrangements. No official policy implemented Program is in place. Medical X Informal arrangments on dept- planned At department's discretion Yes Campus has official policy on HR has developed a nice Informal arrangements for many Outreach to all departments on a department by deparment Transcribing is the only by dept basis. telecommuting and does website staff, many faculty. and schools to encourge a basis. department to-date on a Flex- provide flex time based if http://hr.ucsb.edu/worklife/flexw change in work hours to avoid Time or Telecommuting department businesss needs ork.php and has yet to commute trips during peak program. and their ability to encourage the practice traffic times. Work Anywhere accommodate such needs. campuswide program offers tips and guidelines. Financial Incentives Discounted carpool parking Discounted parking permits for Discounted parking permits for Subsidies, rebates, or financial Discounted carpool permits for planned Each person in a two person Yes Discounted (shared cost) and Pre-Tax payroll deduction for Discounted carpool parking All commuters who do not buy permits for faculty, staff and carpools and vanpools. carpools, vanpools and regional incentives available in all fac/staff & students, partially carpool pays one-quarter the pretax carpool parking permits. carpool permits, vanpool and permits, subsidized vanpools a long-term parking permit or students; free parking for Complimentary parking permits transit riders. Available to all rideshare modes for faculty, subsidized transit passes, normal permit rate; vanpool Vanpool drivers are not charged transit. Up to $21.month off and faculty/staff bus passes. buy only a carpool or vanpool vanpools. for goClub members. Faculty, staff, students. staff, and grad. employees. reduced fee RideCard for fare rate is subsidized anyl fares. Vanpool & commute transit. 50% discount on permit are part of the Commute Subsidies available for bus, occasional parking for TDM (current fare rate is club riders can purchase carpool parking permits for Club and get: $282/year, and train, and shuttle for all program participants, eight $79/month; "breakeven" fare reduce paking single day Fac/Staff and graduate the incentives noted in other students. hours of Zipcar usage per rate at $110/month) passes. students employed 45% or columns. $50 Refer-A-Friend month per alt. mode participant. more. program and $50 Permit-Return promotions. Page 6 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transportation Demand Management Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Transportation Info Centers On-line; at P & T customer Two information booths, online, Main Parking Office, Kiosk On-Line, Main Office, Kiosks Commuter Services & TAPS Lobby, Website, Yes; TAPS Lobby Yes, via website and from Online, 2 office locations, 2 Online and in Transportation On-line and in a dozen P&TS Office, website, annual services & UCPD bus shelters, brochure displays booths and bus shelters. Information Center, website, presentations to departments Rideshare Boards throughout satellite office locations, shuttle Alternatives Office. New locations around campus. parking/transportation info on campus, and the TAPS BeaGreenCommuter.com blog. and groups. campus. bus shleters. Staff available at Employee Orientation and packet sent to every campus office. all employee & student presentations to departments department, Marguerite shuttle orientations. and groups. Targeted and maps available at various General e-mail campaigns and campus and Stanford Hospital articles by/for local media are locations, outreach other ways to get the word out presentations and information, about the AT Program at including new employee UCSB. orientation. Other Discounted daily parking for Occasional parking permits Targeted marketing campaigns Directives in Circulation element UCSD provides a limited Pursuing subsidizing pretax Undergraduates residing within Increased efforts to provide new Monthly P&TS email updates employees in TDM programs. offered to faculty, staff, and via address geocoding to reach of the LRDP encourage amount of free parking to all transit partiicpant costs, student two miles of campus may not students transportation and sent to most of campus grad employee rideshare specific markets (e.g., new expansion of existing and Rideshare members for days subsidized bus pass, Caltrain purchase long-term parking parking information prior to and population and extensive participants Antelope Valley Transit subsidy planned AT programs. that they have to drive to GoPass for South Bay for permits. Graduate students upon arrival at UCSC. marketing program. Charter program--sent over 500 campus. residents. Outreach Zimride to employed less than 45% or Partnerships with Admissions, bus program to help reduce postcards to UCLA community our populationto to further equivalent fellowship face the Housing to market programs. trips by groups visiting campus, members who live within that promote carpool/ride matching. same parking restrictions as outreach/promotional events, area). undergraduates. This practice sustainability and wellness greatly increases the number of partnerships, Green House Gas Outreach through new student bicycle commuters between inventory project, Peak-trip and new employee orientations. local residences and campus. Task Force, annual commute mode survey. DATE THIS PAGE LAST 3/4/2010 2/18/2010 3/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/15/2010 3/4/2010 3/18/2010 3/6/2009 3/14/2010 3/17/2010 UPDATED: Page 7 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transit Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford CAMPUS SHUTTLES Day Shuttle Program? Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes, including Yes Disability Van Service (DVS) Days/Hours of operation 7am-7pm M-F 5:30AM - M-F 5:30 am - 8:30 pm M-R 7:15AM-11PM / M-F 6:00AM-6:30PM M-F 7:00A-6:00P M-F 5:40am-8:02pm; M - F 6:30 am - 10:00 M-F 5:30AM- M-F: approx. 6 AM to N/A M-F, 7:20am - 6pm 5:00 am-8:00 pm 7:55AM (Intercampus Shuttle); On F 7:30AM-7PM Campus-to Campus Sat-Sun 11:00am- pm during fall, winter 12:00AM Sat-Sun 9:30 PM campus program - 5:00a - 11:04pm and spring quarter 7:00AM-12:00AM 6:00 p.m. classes Annual Day Shuttle Costs $1,060,000 $400,00 $635,915 $884,709 $158,000 $2,694,390 611,400 $4,700,000 $7,220,000 N/A $2.5 million $5,213,581 Day Shuttle Funding Sources parking revenue; Hosipital, School of Hospital, TAPS, PATS citation revenue; citation revenue; Parking reserves citation & parking citation & parking citation & parking parking revenue; N/A Mandatory student parking revenue, student fees; farebox; Medicine, Medical housing campus funds revenue; student permit revenue; revenue recharge to Medical fees; housing & University & Non campus funds Center, PATS, TAPS contributions; farebox fees; farebox; recharge income Center conference University partners campus funds contribution; parking revenue; citation revenue. Night Shuttle Program? YES No Yes Yes Yes Yes (Evening Van Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes, including Yes Service) Disability Van Service (DVS) Days/Hours of operation 7pm-3am N/A 6:00 pm - 12 midnight M-F - M-F 5:30AM-8:30PM M-Th 6:00P-11:00P 6:30pm to 12:00am, 6:30 pm to 12:45 See Above Everyday: 5 PM to 1 N/A 7 nights/week, 8:00 pm-2:30 am On campus shuttle employee shuttles Mon. through Fri.; am, Monday AM 6:30pm - 12:30am from remote lots and 10:00pm to through Thursday 2:00am Fri. and Sat.; during fall, winter Night shuttles run and spring quarter during fall and spring classes semesters only Annual Night Shuttle Costs $670,000 N/A $107,291 $719,500 $133,607 $60,000 Included in above Included in above $435,000 N/A $600,000 $780,374 Night Shuttle Funding Sources parking revenue; N/A Parking Revenue citation revenue; citation revenue; Parking reserves citation & parking citation & parking parking revenue; parking revenue; N/A Mandatory student parking revenue, student fees housing revenue; student permit revenue; recharge to Medical recharge to Medical fees; housing & University & Non contributions; farebox fees; farebox; recharge income Center Center conference University partners campus funds contribution; parking revenue; citation revenue. EMPLOYEES TRANSIT PASS PROGRAM Pre-Tax Transit Pass Program Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes for Employees? Annual Program Cost $517,000 $115,569 $153,353.00 $52,650 $284,121 $2,109,299 $20,000 $1,319,536 $120,000 $193,000 $1,500,000 Annual Costs covered by $123,000 $19,876 $69,120.00 $20,540 $0 $1,829,911 $20,000 $1,319,536 None 120,000 $124,400 $1,300,000 Campus Annual revenue from users $394,000 $95,693 $32,110 $227,287 $279,388 $- $0 $0 $68,600 $0 Cost to Employee $34 mon/$408 yr Depends on pass. 45% Subsidy for Regional $95/year membership Transit up to 30% Bruin Go: $.25/ride; 15% subsidy- $0 $3.39 per month for $0 $102/yr $0 Subsidy of up to $18 Transit; Other transit fee subsidy, Metrolink $22.50/qtr Metrolink; pretax transit per month for transit systems receive the same depends on pass Metro - Staff: 50% subsidy for program/ for FY 09- passes. level of support. $79 - $100 bus pass 10 campus Metro - Student: sustainability funds $46 - $54 cover these charges LADOT: $84 - $129 Santa Clarita - Staff: $190 - $212 Santa Claria - Student: $95 - $106 Antelope Valley: $465 STUDENT TRANSIT PASS PROGRAM Yes UC-Sponsored Student Transit Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes NO Pass for public transit? Annual Program Cost $2,300,000 $3,500,000 Students pay the same rate $142,350 $0 See above $65,000 $125,000 included in $816,397 $2.9 million and are subsidized the same employee program as Faculty and staff/ Page 8 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transit Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford CAMPUS SHUTTLES Annual Costs covered by $0 $84,500 See Cost above. $55,520 N/A See above $65,000 $125,000 $0 $0 Campus Annual Costs covered by $2,300,000 $1,800,000 See Cost above. $86,830 $0 $0 $- 0 $816,397 $2.9 million Student Fees Is a Student Transit Fee in place $1.6M is paid to Employee program $95/year membership N/A All expenses are No Offered transit pass Yes. $13.13/qtr NO (mandatory transit fee with transit agency. includes some fee based on 2009-10 program last year, registration)? Include fee $814,000 is paid to students. The City of Budget insufficient sales amount if applicable. P&T; of that, Davis provides the necessitated $165,000 is held for balance of support cancellation improvement. for this program. Student cost for transit pass - Free 3/18/2010 Students do not pay per student at fare box for SB MTD rides (Goleta to Carpinteria) Notes Transit participants receive RTA charges UCR UCPD operates night 24 days of courtesy parking. $0.75 per boarding safety program. up to a max of $32.00/month Page 9 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Bicycle Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford FUNDING Bike Coordinator? (FT or PT) No FT FT Bike Coordination PT: Planning Bike Coordination functions No PD has a full time bicycle Rideshare Coordinator performs Not Specifially, FT Program Part of Program FT Bicycle Program falls under the Analyst's will fall under the officer these duties Manager of Transportation Manager's current Coordinator responsibility of 3 FT job description Fleet/Transit Coordinator Alternatives takes on some Bike duties, with Rideshare includes 30% time matters also Associated Student assistance from two Coordinators for bicycle planning. group and Facilities Management staff. Bike Coord. Falls under ETC Bike Program Annual Budget $0 - $58K $5K $55K $111,000 No $5K Approx 50k As needed Part of Transprotation varies $185K funds are made Alternatives Program available depending on projects. Secured funding for Bike Yes. In 07-08 had a Yes No Yes Yes no No No Yes Students have a $80K/year lock in yes, from TAPS Yes, but it depends Improvements? one time campus fee for improvements and funds and external on campus administration Facilities matches along with grants development allocation of $124K to Chancellor for another $70K implement high toward Maintenance priority projects No If yes, what source and what In 07-08 had a one Various grants. Bike Citation revenue Bike Library Grant N/A No N/A Parking Revenue,TFCA/BAAQMD- see above TAPS TDM Fees assess on new projects? time campus parking from student funded Bike Cages programs, TEA, STP building projects is administration improvements, bike T.G.I.F. grants the source of funds. allocation of $124K to path and bike lane (sustainability) Projects include bike implement high construction. parking areas, racks priority projects Purchase antique and lockers, paths bike collection. and other infrastructure improvements. Citation revenue PLANNING Bike Plan (date) 2006 Yes, 2002 Yes, 2008 - awaiting Yes - 2007 Yes, 2005 In development No; in development Yes, July 1993 Looking for funding Not yet UCSC Bike Plan Informal: 1997. approval adopted by City of Santa Cruz December 2008 as amendment to their City Bike Plan. Bike Routes: yes, road, route and Roads, roads with No. Yes -- bike lanes and Designated shared Marked bike lanes on Marked bike lanes on Bike lanes Yes, Our campus is spread 5 miles of Paths yes, paths and lanes Yes shared paths bike lanes, shared- shared paths route on campus campus roads; in some campus roads; bikes share throughout SF and our locations are use paths. streets. areas bikes share paths paths with pedestrians connected by City wide bike network with pedestrians Class I paths Major Bike Path Yes: 3 miles across lower campus Yes No meadows Yes 7 miles Class II lanes On some campus Yes Yes Yes roadways Yes: 11.7 miles Class III routes Yes Yes De facto, but generally not No formalized as such Yes: 8.6 miles Bike Map yes Joint Yes Yes Yes no No Yes Yes,SFBC makes a map for the city Yes a pdf and print version of the bike paths & lanes Yes campus/community campus bike map and County are included in map makes its own County bike map campus map; County we distribute to campus bike map for region Campus Yes Yes Yes Community Yes Yes Cordon Counts? no Occasionally No. Yes Occasionally no Yes Yes No Not recently, We have such high Yes, as part of Pilot planned flow rates, 3 abreast in two occasional Modal Mix directions that mechanical studies counters do not count accurately. We also have no functional machines in-house. If yes, what time of year? Spring 3rd wk fall qtr Spring Qtrly; week 4 Winter n/a na Fall and Spring Spring 2009 Bike Advocacy Group? Yes, campus bicycle Yes No. Yes Yes No No nothing formal Yes, Student Group A.S. local/regional groups No, but have Bicycle advisory committee B.I.K.E.S. Public Safety also Safety Committee. reports to P&T chimes in director Page 10 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Bicycle Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford If yes, how does your office Sponsor and provide Campus advocacy Group meets Meet with the groups No N/A n/a Attend weekly meetings, consult, Meet informally as P&TS chairs work with them? staffing for the group largely quarterly; Parking & as needed; research, institutional knowledge needed. committee. Meet bicycle advisory dormant at this time. Transportation has coordinate events quarterly. committee Do interact members on the with UCLA Bicycle occasionally with committee, Coalition. community advocacy coordinates meetings group. Bike Mode Split: 3% Faculty/staff 8% (2006 survey) 45% 12% 2% 6% 2% Faculty: 2% 9% 10% 10% Staff: 3% Students 12% (2008 survey) 52% 21% 6% 13% 4% 4% 49% 15% 30% (from off campus) Page 11 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Bicycle Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford BIKE PARKING Primary bike rack type combination of S- Creative Pipe Ribbon-type bike racks S-Wave Inverted u's lightning bolt inverted u's Welle Series Racks, Crank Case PeakRack.com Replacing CORAs Creative Pipe bend and ribbon Lightning Bolts and Racks, Lockers, VertiRack II, etc. and various Inverted- "Lightning Bolt" racks Sidewinders. U racks with Lightning Bolt racks. Other types of racks Variety of older, n/a Gauntlet ribbons on new bldgs NA Many "Toast racks" -aka substandard racks. inverted U. # of Racks on-campus 990 about 2,500 45 375 686 337 ~1452 200 last count 715 racks 736 Over 1000 # of Bike Parking "Spaces" 4,300 Approximately 20,000 410 2250 2,868 2242 ~4293 764 rack spaces 9843 3,660 Over 12,000. Bike Lockers? no Yes Yes no yes no No No no yes no Yes If yes, what type? Creative Pipe (18 2- Secured bike lockers. n/a Creative Pipe n/a N/A HPDE from Bikeparking.com Creative Pipe bike lockers) and same as Creative Pipe better price BikeLids (6). Latter were donated. # of Bike Lockers 0 82 12 locker spaces 0 24 n/a N/A NA 40 x 20 HDPE 104 Assigned or On-Demand? n/a Assigned They are assigned n/a On-demand n/a N/A assigned Assigned Assigned. If On-Demand, how are they n/a Cell-phone n/a N/A NA NA N/A reserved? Bike Parking Fee rate structure? n/a $25/quarter or $20 n/a 3 hours/$0.50; >3 n/a n/a N/A Free $62/year $24/year quarter for goBike hours $1; montly max members of $15 Any "Bike Rooms" on-campus? informal. # unknown No No no no no yes - 3 Storage Cannisters Yes At least 2 that are maintained by no Yes, two. individual departments Any "Bike Cages" on-campus? yes, 4 managed by No. Yes - 2 yes, to store no no Yes - 2 In the process of installing Yes, 5 cages No no Yes, five. P&T; 2 additional confiscated bikes bike cages in 2 parking bike cages are only structures managed by departments for their occupants BIKE SAFETY Bike/Ped conflicts? yes Some No Some; conflict has Yes (in central plaza no Yes Yes no yes yes: bikes weaving Yes been reduced area) among peds on through Bicycle service roads, peds Education and walking on bike path. Enforcement (BEEP) Also issue of bikes Program. This and peds wearing included safety iPods, not hearing education, improved nearby traffic. path signage and designation. Do you maintain crash data? yes Yes No Yes Yes no Yes Yes no No, and the police and student TAPS staff now Yes health do keep some reported compiling accident injury stats. Very under reported reports provided by UC Police and Fire. If yes, which department? UCPD Police UCIPD UCPD UCPD UCPD n/a UCPD, Fire Public Safety Bike Safety/Education courses? no In development No Yes Yes, provided by the no no Yes Planned with funding of new bike Campus police offers a Bike & Quarterly class Free dorm primarily on-line "bike Rec. Dept. at the fleet Skateboard Traffic school for sponsored by TAPS, presentations for traffic school." Bike Center violators, in exchange for a but provided by local undergrads. Weekly lessened fine bike advocay group. Bike Safety Station at campus center, Bike Safety presentations by request for departments. Free Bike Citation If yes, what do they cost? $450 each Classes can be taken for free through San Diego Not yet determined. Free Free County Bicycle Coalition Free BIKE REGULATIONS Bike Licenses required? yes yes No yes No yes yes yes no Yes and currently only enforced if yes Yes bike is impounded Dept. that issues bike licenses Police Dept. TAPS Parking & Issued by Police Police Dept. TAPS Campus Bike Shop. Transportation Services (issues bike Campus Police TAPS Parking & Transportation, Dept. permits) Transportation Police Department, Services Bike Shop Page 12 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Bicycle Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Cost of bike license no charge to faculty/ $10 for new; $5 $0 $0 $10 $4 $0 $6 0 $6 Free to affiliates with $3.50 staff/ students renewal; $1 for valid UCSC ID card. transfer/replacements # licenses issued in 08-09 1,000 4,793 new; 286 150; more pending No data available pending 445 (08-09) ~1500 30 unknown done by PD 198 3,971 issued in 08/09 renewals Do you cite unlicensed bikes? Yes, but the Polilce fix-it tickets at cost of No Rule is on the books, No no No no no No, rule currently only enforced if no Yes Dept usually issues license fee issued to not enforced bike is impounded. There is a warnings instead. cyclists during presently. proposal to start to issue fix-it moving violations; tickets parked bikes are not checke/cited for no license If yes, what is the penalty cost of bike license N/A N/A NA NA No NA NA NA Depends. Frequently a $10 "fix-it" ticket or option to take bike citation diversion class in lieu of fine. Dept. that removes illegally- parking enforcement TAPS Police Department Special Events Parking Enforcement TAPS Police Dept. UCPD, Ridehshare Coordinator, Campus Police UC Police Public Safety parked bikes? Parking/Enforcement Parking Enforcement Do you have enforcement staff no TAPS enforces bike No Yes No no No Yes no Yes, and this is a part of the role no No dedicated to bike issues? parking. Police of the program manager of Trans. enforce traffic, Alternatives equipment. Do you cite bikes w/o lights, Yes, issued by Police Police No Yes No no No Yes no Yes, and there are plans to greatly yes Yes speeding, etc.? Department step up enforcement… The most common cite is for riding on sidewalks Cost of citations $30 $175 (set by county N/A $20-$30 NA NA 0 Same as vehicles NA $125+ Depends on court system) infraction. Option to attend Bike Citation Diversion class in lieu of fine. # Stolen Bikesreported in 08-09 calendar yr 08: 304 est. 300-400 pending pending 79 in 2008 pending 135 in 2006. 2 unknown don't know 353 in 2008 calender yr 09: 241 251 in 2009 # Stolen Bikes recovered in 08-09 unknown est. 15-20% pending pending No data available no recovery data available 2-3 bikes 10* some impounds unknown unknown Unavailable at this time. OTHER MARKETING Bike shop on campus? no Yes. No Yes, on-site vendor. Yes no no Yes many in city Yes Student-run Bike Co- Yes Op. Bike tool lending library on No, but campus Yes. At campus bike No Not at this time due Yes. Bike Center no no No no, send to Pedal Revolution yes no Newly installed Dero campus? student bike group shop. to lack of space. loans tools to work on Bike Fix-it stand as a operates bike repair bikes at the Bike pilot program; clinics on campus. Center Campus Bike Shop also offers tools on site. Incentives/rewards for cyclists Employees: GRH, goBike members get Yes. Eligible for the 24 Yes. 5 days/month Car sharing is no free parking 12 days per qtr. Free parking and Free secure bicycle parking, qualifies Fac/Staff get 57 hours of FREE Bike commuters may Yes. Clean Air Cash (occasional free parking ,ERH) discount occassional locker discounts, courtesy parking per year. "inclement weather" available on campus. No GRH. Guarateed Ride Home, for ERH parking/Qtr, Discounted qualify for Emergency ($282/year), parking, transit access to shower pass, GRH RideCard provides and free Zipcar hours. Carshare, Discounted Ride Home program Emergency Ride benefits facilities, limited dicounted parking for Bus Pass, FREE Emergency Home, prizes and number free parking alternative Ride home incentive items. permits, cyclists may transportation users. Incentive program to purchase limited reward helmet number of "dalily A" wearers. Helmet permits. wearers spotted occassionally and awarded gift cards to Stanford Dining co- sponsored by Stanford Trauma Dept. Page 13 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Bicycle Programs Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford Are showers and lockers Most students have Free for students at Yes. In one or two facilities Yes, free for Staff/Faculty have yes enrolled particiapants use 99.9% are fee only Available at major campus sites, Showers free of charge, Clothes Staff/Faculty can get Yes, lockers have a available for commuters? access through gym facilities. goBike students, $30 per access if they sign up PE facility at NC. Students through Campus Parnassus & Mission Bay. Lockers for a fee to Fac/Staff and shower pass to Rec fee, showers are campus gyms; members get free month for employees for Recreation Card. pay via reg fees Recreation. free to students facilities through free. employees can enroll access. Staff/faculty at the Student Shower/lockers are TAPS in shower/locker only either pay for full gym Recreation Center available. at gyms for $15 per access or may get month free limited access if cycling from out of town. Contacts Glenda Waugh David Dave.Entrekin@ucdmc.uc Michael Davis Mike King Brian Raboy Irma Henderson Curt Lutz Robert Wong James Wagner Cathy Crowe Ariadne Scott, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Takemoto-Weerts davis.edu (email@example.com) Mking@ts.ucla.edu firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Robert.Wong@ucsf.edu James.Wagner@tps.ucsb.edu email@example.com (650) 725-2453 du (510)643-6894 ditakemotoweerts@ 951-827-1060 619-534-8841 (415) 476-1513 (805) 893-5475 (831) 502-7942 (650) 725-2453 ucdavis.edu (530) 752-2453 Date last updated: 3/4/2010 2/18/2010 date 3/18/2010 2/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/15/2010 3/4/2010 3/18/2010 3/18/2010 3/6/2009 3/14/2010 3/17/2010 Page 14 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Parking Policies Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford PARKING POLICIES FOR ON-CAMPUS HOUSING All students living in residence On campus residents are n/a Undergraduate students UCR provides a fixed number Parking access for on-campus A proximal parking spaces are Freshman and Sophomore halls are not allowed to allowed to purchase resident housed on campus may obtain of resident parking permits for residents is provided either on available on a lottery basis and students living on campus are purchase parking permits. This parking permits at permit parking only if they can undergraduates for use in site at Housing-specific parking remote parking is available to not eligible for parking permits. Parking & Transp. provides a policy was establisehd by demonstrate off-campus campus housing parking resources or via campus all others $80/month. The resident minimal number of resident Student Housing on July 1, employment or internship Parking priority will be given to facilities. parking where such resources permits do not allow for parking permits for 2003 and is enforced by TAPS. (minimum 3 days/week). As a continuing and new transfer are available and not impacted Students who are allowed to movement throughout the result, only about 1 in 25 are buy the need to implement the undergraduates for use in students on a first come first campus parking facilities. A purchase a permit is a result of campus as they are zoned to parked. Graduate student serve basis. Incoming campus's priority parking small number of parking a review of needs and an the specific housing housing is available close to freshmen will not be permitted policy. What limits are placed on on- exception granted by Student complex. Off-campus (2.5 the main campus and residents With the exception of spaces are allocated to to purchase a parking permit, freshmen, any resident student campus residents with regard to residents on the basis of Housing. Married/student miles) and 3rd party on are guaranteed parking at that during this restricted period. A may purchase a resident purchasing parking permits? demonstrated compelling need. housing restrictions do not campus housing residents location, with no parking on the limited number of spaces will allow their residents to main campus during the day. parking permit. are not permitted to be set aside on campus for Students living in the residence purchase a daytime campus purchase commuter freshmen exceptions (medical, halls may apply for parking in parking permit. military service, off campus permits. the Storage Lot located 2 ½ employment or other extreme miles from campus, accessible circumstances). Off campus by public transportation. parking will be available at a reduced rate and shuttle service is provided to this location. Depends on campus location. For the Parnassus campus, No parking is a component of cost; Is the cost of parking permit (the fee is included for campus included in housing fee? No No No No No No at the Mission Bay campus, the Yes for some No No owned off-campus graduate cost is separate. student housing) UCSC has prohibited Website info:Housing residential freshmen from obtaining parking permits since permits are only valid in the late 1980's and extended the Housing lot designed the prohibition to residential Recent housing built for on face of permit. Valid in sophomores earlier this undergraduates has not Website info: Student parking included parking for the Website info: is assigned based on a need- all non-24 hour enforced decade. However, upper spaces (Red and Blue division undergrads and residence halls. Students living in the residence based point system that Parking policies are the same There is a separate parking fee graduate students who reside Additional Information halls are ineligible to purchase considers class standing, lots) after 4 PM and on for commuters and on-campus that also allows access to on-campus can obtain parking Family housing provides campus parking permits unless employment and academic weekends. Permit fees residents (same type of parking campus for night and weekend permits-as can commuting parking for their facilities; most a legitimate need, such as obligations, commute distance are billed to the student's permit is offered). use students. Some residential of this parking is managed and disability, is demonstrated. and other factors when allocated by housing not by granting permits. business account. Note: parking areas are available This type of permit is only only to residents of associated Parking & Transportation. facilities (i.e. "CMA" permits available to the residents available only to residents of of Campus Apartments or the Crown-Merrill Apartments), Residence Halls. but all are issued as a separate fee from housing payments. Jennifer Cartnal (firstname.lastname@example.org) Charles Kindred Debbie Corral Karin Groth email@example.com Larry Pageler, Jon Gledhill Parking Programs Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Director Jon.Gledhill@ucsf.edu Seamus Wilmot Cliff Contreras UCLA Transportation (209) 228-6981 Alternative points of contact: Transportation and Parking Phillip Garcia CONTACT INFO Mike Delo 415-476-2560 & James.Wagner@tps.ucsb.edu email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 555 Westwood Plaza, Ste 100 Alternative points of contact: - Greg Snee Services, UCSC email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org KevinCox 805-893-5475 (510) 643-7700 (530) 752-5435 Los Angeles CA 90095 Elizabeth Soria Administrative - Sam Corbett (831) 502-7940 650 725-6898 email@example.com 310-206-0665 Assistant TAPS Helpdesk - Brian d’Autremont firstname.lastname@example.org 415-476-1386 (209) 228-8277 - Campus Planning DATE OF LAST UPDATE 3/4/2010 2/1/2010 3/18/2010 2/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/10/2010 2/20/2008 10/6/2007 3/18/2010 3/6/2009 3/14/2010 3/17/2010 Page 15 of 21 Filename: f12dcf12-146f-4263-b8b1-01a819fcff1f.xls Campus Summary: Transportation Metrics Last Updated Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford MODE SPLIT Human observers record estimated vehicle occupancy while mechanical "hose counters" The UCSF Campus provide ADT data to An online survey, Planning Office collects Surveys, The most confirm the accuracy conducted every Fall Achieved through Combination of Achieved through surveys: and reports mode split recent surveys were of the observers. quarter, sent to surveys: AQMD AQMD Survey and AQMD Survey and Student information. In addition, done by Institutional Data is collected approximately 15% of the Survey. Mode split is Annual survey of all How is mode split Rideshare Survey. Mode split is individual surveys of a Research. Others during daylight hours, Surveys campus population. The Survey determined from the Cordon counts. students, faculty, and currently measured? Program determined from the daily particular site, e.g. have been done by usually on a sample is a random daily totals wheras staff. enrollment totals wheras AVR focuses Parnassus, or of a transportation Wednesday. In stratified sample, meant AVR focuses on peak statistics on peak period. particular mode, e.g. consultants hired by Spring 2009 TAPS to capture each period. shuttle use, are the campus conducted a population subset below. conducted as needed. voluntary, on-line AVR survey (similar to those instituted at SoCal campuses) to estimate campus AVR via Annual. AQMD No Set Schedule. The Survey (employees AQMD Survey (employees Infrequently. When the most recent student Historically, every 3-5 Annually in late only) conducted only) and Student Survey campus updates its survey was done in Frequency of Annually during the years. Now, every winter/early spring Every three years Annually annually. Lot are each done annually. Annually in the fall Annually in the spring LRDP or undertakes 2002 and the most measurement? winter. two years in the (typically February or utilization Both surveys are done in EIRs for new recent Fac/Staff Spring. March) conducted Spring. development. survey was done in annually. 2006 Which subsets of The mode split Employees studies capture all University employees the campus Faculty/Staff and (AQMD) and Faculty, staff, and Combination of Combination of Faculty, Staff, Students, campus traffic, (faculty and staff), population are Student data are Students Employees, including students (by year in Employees and Students faculty, staff, and faculty, staff, and Patients, Visitors and Faculty, Staff, Student whether generated by students (commuting captured (ie faculty, collected through (Rideshare student employees school) students students Vendors staff, students, and resident), and staff, students, and different surveys. participation and visitors or service Hospital employees. visitors)? permit sales) vehicles. Included in cordon count No our surveys are Are construction totals for all vehicle trips to Yes, as ―commercial No No No No No Yes, included as vendors strictly commuter Yes No trips captured? campus, but # of truck trips vehicles.‖ mode split in focus. is not differentiated. Are delivery truck No Not separately. No No No Yes No trips captured? AVERAGE VEHICLE RIDERSHIP (AVR) Yes, based on both observed campus Does campus No formal AVR traffic stream and on- currently calculate No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No calculation. line surveying of a AVR? portion of the campus population. Observed AVR = 1.89 (per Spring 2009 If yes, what is the Spring 07: Student AVR = cordon count/mode Spring 2009 AVR: 1.67 - most recent AVR 4.76. Employee AVR = split studies) NA Spring 2009: 1.9 employees; 3.34 - NA April 09: AVR = 1.55 NA NA NA NA calculation (give 1.72. Total combined Calculated AVR = students; 2.9 - combined date)? AVR = 3.87. 2.29 (per Spring 2009 on-line AVR Survey of commuters) On-line AVR survey attempted to collect None, We currently daily mode choice Which subsets of have no funding from commuting faculty, staff, and students Employees and the campus Employees, including Identified for AVR, as students, staff and NA by year in school (not working graduate Employees and Students NA NA NA NA population are student employees mandated for those faculty. Overall visitors) students captured? campuses in the response rate of AQMD 14.3%, with high of 36.7% (staff) to low of 9% (undergrads). 10% of UCLA employees 2009 = Random We follow the southern are randomly sampled for sample survey / campus AVR the AQMD Survey and a 95% response methodology found in 90% response rate must be 1165 employees. http://www.aqmd.gov/tran achieved. Focus is AM UCI does a full AVR has been s/doc/regform/all_registrat peak hours. Student census for the determined from the ion_20070815.pdf employees tend to 18% of UCR AQMD survey mode split studies, in Adjustments to the raw positively impact AVR. employees are every 5 years; in addition to surveys numbers for randomly sampled for between conducted annually telecommuting trips, the Student Survey is mailed to the AQMD Survey and UCSB would need to Additional employees are from 2000 through number of Zero Emission 20% of student body and NA a 90% response rate NA NA secure funding for this NA comments randomly sampled. Spring 2009. Vehicle trips, and has a 25% response rate. must be achieved. type of expenditure 90% minimum However, their Compressed Work Week. Extraordinary questions Focus is AM peak response must be relatively low No off-peak or other include "drop off" as a mode hours (6:00am - 10:00 achieved. Focus is response rates made credits were included for choice, details of multi- am). AM peak hours. the surveys less the calculation of the UC modal trips, and the class of Student employees reliable or useful. Davis AVR. Student vehicles driven. positively impact employees are not AVR. UCI Medical counted in our Separate AVR caluclation Center conducts a "Employee" AVR. done for Santa Monica separate sample. hospital. CORDON COUNTS car traffic cordon counts Cordon Counts at are taken in the fall UCSB have been quarter every three years What is the timing Annual cordon counts are Counts are completed conducted for certain by ORMP, we have also Traffic counts twice Twice annually: six (semester/quarter) conducted in a one-week when LRPD is updated, specific studies... had the city of Davis help N/A Winter; annually annually, at a weeks in Spring and two and frequency of period, usually the 3rd week when EIRs are produced Most recently for the measure bicycle trips at minimum. weeks in Fall cordon counts? of October. or on a ad-hoc basis. draft LRDP now in some locations during our production. online survey period (also Fall quarter). UCR does not conduct cordon counts of motor vehicles entering the campus. Pneumatic hose counters at 16 campus entry/exit points, All entrances/exits to providing counts for 15- campus have either an minute intervals during automated traffic counter the survey period. (loops in the road linking back to a control cabinet, We use pneumatic Manual recording of which links to a central hose counters in 2-8 license plate numbers server) or are supplied with locations around (sampling once a week) a traffic counter unit and campus roadways. to identify vehicles Staff are positioned at the rubber tubing stretching UCM does not Counters are passing through campus Visual observation at entrances to campus and across the roadway. We currently conduct generally in place for (i.e., not Stanford- Methodology? campus and medical track vehicles entering the have one, new, wireless cordon counts of 10-16 days, with generated trips). center entrances campus. sensor we are testing that motor vehicles. ADTs calculated as takes the place of the UCR does not conduct the 24-hour average Additional adjustments magnetic loops cut into the cordon counts of motor traffic volume are made for university roadway. The sensor vehicles entering the Monday through users of parking lots beams the data to the campus. Friday. outside of the cordon control cabinet rather than line (using tube counters using buried conduit. We at lot entrances/exits) are also going to test video and for hospital users of detection in the near future. parking lots inside the cordon (using manual counts of hospital parking permits) Under Stanford's 2000 General Use Permit Cordon counts are used to (campus growth plan report UCLA conformance To improve rideshare Institutional Research approved by Santa Clara with voluntary trip cap, and Used for campus planning programs and Surveys campus and These counts serve County), the campus has are reported to LADOT and as well as academic infrastructure by participants self-select as the best a goal of "no net new the campus Transportation research on travel monitoring trends of if they will respond, or "measure" of campus peak-hour commute How is the data Service Advisory Board on behavior through the vehicles and people not. Usually a part of traffic on the trips" over the life of the used? campus each fall. Trip count Sustainable entering and exiting another Survey such roadways through permit. Peak-hour has fallen for six Transportation Center at by entrance, mode, as a housing survey. and adjoining the vehicle trip counts are consecutive years, and in UC Davis and time of day Definitely not a campus. calculated and 2009, hovered around (hourly increments). random sample compared to the 108,000 vehicle trips per baseline counts from day. 2001 to determine if the goal is being met. OTHER METRICS The core campus utilization benchmark (from the campus LRDP) states that additional parking shall be provided if it is determined that: (a) UCSC conducts The winter parking Parking utilization annual Parking utilization rate is over 90 surveys for all campus Utilization Surveys for percent in the central lots are conducted in UCLA Transportation two weeks each campus, Medical Fall, Winter, and Spring surveys the Campus Spring quarter, Sciences Complex, or In addition to quarters. Survey counts Express shuttle riders, the TS Metrics program collecting lot major facilities on the above, stats are vacant spaces by permit Metro transit pass riders tracks metrics from occupancy by permit West and South Campus. kept for carshare type. (GoMetro program), and the following type weekday (This means that over 90 usage; campus occasionally assists with perspectives: mornings, afternoons percent of the parking shuttle counts are Permit compliance department specific surveys Sustainability and evenings. spaces are occupied taken; OCTA surveys conducted each of transportation needs UCR conducts Perspective, Safety Similar "spot surveys" Additional info, if when the utilization "University Pass" Fall quarter to track (Nursing was a recent quarterly bicycle traffic Perspective, are conducted for 1-2 applicable surveys are conducted.) usage is tallied permit violation rates in example). In 2005, a counts. Customer Service weeks in areas where (b) A project would (per trip/route); campus lots. bicyclist and pedestrian Perspective, Parking parking problems eliminate existing parking train usage, walk cordon count was Perspective, have been identified. and increase the and bike counts Transportation conducted, which focused Financial Transit ridership on projected utilization rate kept for employees Management System on on the peak morning Perspective, Internal both the Campus by more than 85 percent through rebate and Marguerite shuttles window (6am – 10am). The Process Perspective Transit shuttles and without permitting incentive program. provides detailed bike/ped cordon count will and Performance SCMTD (the public adequate time (usually 24 ridership data be updated in spring 2010. Perspective. transit agency) are months) to implement a (boardings/ alightings by monitored on a daily, parking solution; or (c) A stop) and operational monthly and annual project would require data. basis. additional parking due to projected population growth and increase the utilizaton rate to over 90 percent, unless decreases in projected parking Brian d'Autremont David J. Karwaski (bdautremont@ucsd. Larry Pageler, Planning & Policy Manager edu) Jon Gledhill Director Angus Davol Seamus Wilmot UCLA Transportation Karin Groth Eliud Escobedo Jr Director, UCSF Transportation and James.Wagner@tps.u Transportation Program email@example.com Mike Davis 555 Westwood Plaza, Ste kgroth@ucmerced Mike Delo (firstname.lastname@example.org Transportation Services Parking Services, CONTACT INFO Cliff Contreras csb.edu 805- Developer/Planner u (email@example.com) 185 .edu (209) 228- firstname.lastname@example.org du) Jon.Gledhill@ucsf.edu UCSC 893-5475 650.725.1351 (510) 643-7700 Los Angeles CA 90095 6981 Alternative points of 415-476-2560 (831) 502-7940 email@example.com 310-206-8315 Todd Berven firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) Last updated: 3/4/2010 Spring 2008 3/18/2010 3/10/2010 3/15/2010 3/4/2010 3/18/2010 2009 3/14/2010 Campus Summary: Proposed 2010-11 Parking Fees Winter 2010 Categories Berkeley Davis Davis Medical Irvine Irvine Medical Los Angeles Merced Riverside San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Stanford (proposed rates) PARKING FEES (monthly rates, unless otherwise noted) Faculty (Yellow) $124.00 $49 $36 $53 $67.00 $65 $30 $38.00 $88 - $93 127.00 $36 $66.00 A: $60.50 C: $23.50 Staff (Yellow) $90.00 $49 $36 $53 $36-67 $65 $30 $38.00 $77 - $81 127 $36 $66.00 A: $60.50 C: $23.50 Student (Yellow) $115/ $40 $53 $36.00 $65 $30 $31.00 $58 - $61 N/A $36 $57.75 A: $60.50 semester C/R: $23.50 Preferred (Blue) N/A N/A $71 $67.00 $82 $53.50 N/A 127 N/A N/A n/a Reserved (Blue X) n/a $98 $79 $71 $97.00 $120 $78 $84.00 164.00 210 $90 $115.50 n/a Remote $72 $23 $36 n/a $36.00 N/A $24 N/A N/A 63 $36 $39.50 n/a Carpool $44/mo (2 person) $19/mo (2 person- $18/mo (2 person- $9/person (2 $24.00 Facult/Staff/ Student - Facult/Staff/ Student - Blue carpool N/A $120/mo Pilot Program: $47.50 per month $23.50 credit toward (Faculty/Staff Faculty/Staff) Faculty/Staff) member Total permit cost Total permit cost permit: $19/mo (3 person carpool $18/mo divided equally the cost of an A or C Central Campus); $13/mo (3 person- $10/mo (3 person- $6/person (3 person) $33/mo (3-person) $24/mo (3 person) only) (2+ person) between all permit. $29mo (2 person) faculty/staff) faculty/staff) Free (4 or more $52/mo (2-person) Red Carpool participants. (Faculty/Staff $15/mo (2 person- person) permit: $26.75 student/faculty/staff) Perimeter) $11/mo (3 person- student/faculty/staff) Evening $45.00 $22 $36 $29 N/A $37 N/A $12.00 43 QTR 16 After 5pm $3 $9.25 No fee after 4:00 pm Weekend $10 $4/day $8/day $26 N/A $12.00 N/A 16 $3/day N/A No fee Visitor $16 Central $6/day $4/day surface $8/day $10 per day $10 - Main $6/day $8.00 $8/day $3/hr $8/day $6/day $1.50/hour, $12/day Campus / $12 parking; $1 per hour campus $24/max Perimeter in Parking Structures $11- Medical Areas Vendor $130 $58 $79 $85 $6 per day $210 $6/day $47.00 176.00 127 $36 N/A A: $60.50, Service Vehicle/Vendor: $121 Motorcycle $24 $21 $15 $31 $14 month or 168 N/A $24 $17.00 $21 - $22 29.00 No Charge $16.50 $7.75 year Summer $53/month N/A 74.25 $61 per Session 127 $36 N/A Page 21 of 21
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