Clean commuting and college campuses : network analysis to identify car-free travel routes in Eau Claire, WI.
Wichlacz, Amy E.
Hupy, Christina M.
Kaldjian, Paul J.
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The purpose of this research is to identify safe and efficient routes by bike and bus to and from the UW-Eau Claire (UWEC) campus for students, faculty, and staff in order to reduce automobile use in favor of alternative, car-free transportation.
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Color poster with text and maps describing research conducted by Eugene Boyd and Amy Wichlacz, advised by Christina Hupy and Paul Kaldjian.
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