Parking and Transportation: Cutting Costs with the Right Mix
Venue: Online Webcast
|Event Date/Time: Apr 20, 2011|
Institutions that are growing or that are greening their campuses often face significant challenges with respect to parking. Before moving forward with new parking construction, replacing existing parking spaces, or implementing alternative transportation options, institutions should be able to quantify the true costs of parking and estimate the cost of improving other transportation options. Having this data allows you to determine the right mix of transportation options for your campus and make a clear and compelling case to senior administrators.
Join Patrick Siegman and your colleagues to learn how to quantify the true costs of parking and transportation alternatives and use this data to determine the right mix of transportation options. With a solid understanding of these costs, you will be prepared to make a clear and compelling case to senior administrators for a more cost-effective mix of transportation options on your campus.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Professionals from parking and transportation, campus security or public safety, campus planning, and facilities management, as well as sustainability coordinators and advocates, will benefit from this Web conference.
COST AND MIX CALCULATORS INCLUDED
Included with your registration for each session, you will receive an Excel spreadsheet created specifically to help you calculate life-cycle costs of parking (Session 1), and forecast the right mix of transportation alternatives (Session 2). Our instructor will show you how to use each spreadsheet during its respective session.
- Session 1: Parking Cost Calculator
- Session 2: Transportation Mix Calculator