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Parking Issue

  • Date Submitted: 11/24/2013 07:07 PM
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Optimizing Parking Lots
“Where can I park in University of Wisconsin-Whitewater? How long can I park? How much do I need to pay for parking? What is the most efficient way to park?” I ask myself these questions every single morning, and I wonder if these are the most frequent questions that appear in the daily life of every student who owns a vehicle particularly to students new to the university campus. I recently noticed it is a remarkable and problematic issue on campus: parking.  
Through two months of life on campus, I have gradually adjusted myself to the pace of American university life. In America, the ratio of vehicles to owners is high compared to that of other countries. This situation also exists on campus and results in coming(?) a series of problems such as traffic deaths, carbon dioxide pollution, and obvious parking problems. Every single university, for the purpose of creating a better environment and a positive academic atmosphere, designs its own better system for parking. At the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, parking lots are divided into over 24 comprehensive parts. Each part corresponds to one or several academic buildings.
Advantage of this project is that vehicles are separated into different parking areas, therefore reducing traffic jams on campus.   Internally, disabled parking stalls are conveniently   located near academic buildings and conspicuously marked with big and green signs) for those with disabilities. One more merit of the UW-W parking program is the excellent website construction; individuals can search for most information they need through the website: http://www.uww.edu/adminaffairs/parking/index.html, including: parking restriction times, parking time tables adjusted for different seasons, and pay for a citation online. It is really a helpful way to help parking.
On the other hand, there are also several places could be improved. In my opinion, there are three problems relevant to parking at UW-Whitewater....

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