TDM at York University Post-Secondary Transportation Demand Management Webinar Nicole Arsenault March 2009
Transportation Services In the late 1990’s, 70% of York University’s commuters drove alone to and from campus. The institution projected significant expansion in the years ahead and foresaw growing congestion and costly parking and infrastructure needs. In response, the University undertook transportation demand initiatives, including leadership in developing a Transportation Management Association (now known as Smart Commute North Toronto, Vaughan).
Parking at York University An overview of parking statistics 2000 vs. 2007 *the current total population including staff, faculty, students and Seneca@York is 65,000 $7-15 14,833 $77-121 2,526 7,274 51,863 2007 $7-13 21,552 $44-89 327 12,500 38,527 2000 Daily Rates Parking Permit Issued Monthly Permits # Parking Garage # Surface Parking Student Population* YEAR
TTC & GO Transit installed Bike Racks on routes to York U.
Working with student group and Smart Commute to develop future initiatives such as: a bike share program and a bike kitchen
Future Development: Bus-Only Lane Bus-only lane from: Downsview Station to York University
Future Development: Subway Extension Subway extension: Sheppard West Station Finch West Station York University Station Steeles West Station Highway #7 Transitway Station Vaughan Corporate Centre Station