How will Transportation and Parking continue to balance its budget as we
move to more robust transportation demand management strategies?
Understanding that the University has pitched in about $1 million a year
to keep parking affordable as surface lots have been replaced by
expensive parking decks (e.g. by not requiring P&T to pick up the
full cost of the Emmet & Ivy and Arts Garages). Is this
something the University plans to continue doing during lean times, or
does it want P&T to move toward full recovery of the costs of
parking by passing these on to those who use parking services?
When there is no increase to parking rates and the costs to run T&P
rise, what money does T&P have to give to the University as an
auxiliary?With a tightened
budget this payment could be a hard target to meet for all auxiliaries,
do the auxiliaries give any dollars to the University?