preliminary planning principles
The history of the University's campus planning includes many ideas that have been realized. Other ideas can be discarded as outmoded or impractical, but a number of ideas about the development of the campus continue to be viable. Examples include moving daily traffic out of the core, arranging buildings to create quads and courts, improving the character of the campus open space, and linking the campus with in-fill construction. Recognizing the many good ideas that have come before and incorporating them into the current effort will strengthen the Framework Plan as it evolves during the planning process.
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