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    semester for parking,” says an article from the Dayton Daily News, “As of last year, WSU has 16,842 students who attend classes at the main campus in Fairborn.” Since the start of the 2015 Fall Semester, numerous parking citations have been issued to students who are in violation of Wright State’s parking policy, but the reason for these violations is not what one might think. Students complain about the difficulty and competition associated with the search for a designated, legal parking…

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    overall best way to distribute the limited parking spots was by having a “first come, first serve policy”. The way I had determined this alternative was by first assessing the problem at hand, how to most fairly distribute the thirty available parking spots among students. Then, I came up with a list of the top three alternatives to this problem. The three alternatives are listed as follows; a first come, first serve policy, the school selling temporary parking passes, and seniority. Next, I…

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    Square and integrate the Mill, and Mill Square with Glen Park into a greater public realm (See Figure 18). Transforming the Function With the Mill building as the landmark located on the north east top area, the Mill square would replace the existing parking lot, and involve the area in front of Water Mill and East Spring Street as part of the square for events. East Spring Street will be paved with red bricks to encourage pedestrian use and can be temporary closed for events. Glen Park is the…

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    off of the decision matrix, the best choice for West Warwick is the Need for the parking at the complex. Ridding of the parking spaces at the complex is a very dangerous thing to do to students. Based off of information that is clearly able to be seen, there are much more than thirty student vehicles that park at the school’s complex. If those parking spots were replaced with thirty spots in the teacher’s parking lot, there would be countless amounts of students without a spot and no way to…

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    better than the overly crowded bus, but that reason was not enough. I tried to carpool with my other friends who go to the same school, but it was not a solution as well. Who would have thought that a college parking lot could be transformed into a jungle? Everyone is trying to get a parking space and once there is an available space, everyone tries to get that space. It was like a tribe of monkey fighting over one banana. This just made me feel even worst, laziness kicked in again and can’t…

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    decision making involved in the event: Traffic Management: The Forrest Graperide is located at Forest Winery, Blicks road in Renwick. This is because there is a large space for all riders and supporters to be able to park as it is expected that parking space needs to be able to fit over 1500 vehicles. In the Forest Graper Ride event booklet, which every competitor is given, a plan of which way to come to the event is suggested depending on the routes that the competitors and/or supporters will…

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    Homecoming 2014 Coming from high school to college can be a significant step in a student’s life. The new people and traditions create a new lifestyle for young adults on the edge of adulthood. Embracing maturity and learning to fend for oneself are only a few of the many challenges faced as an incoming college student. As a freshman arriving on campus, harder classes and a new environment to live in pose as a new feat to conquer. Everything seen and heard during the first year in college can…

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    than houses do because there are more issues to be solved such as parking. Once I purchased my car less than a year ago, I realize the difficulty of finding parking nearby my home. This is an issue that causes many people to park their cars in places where it is not allowed to park that may lead to serious consequences. I believe that everyone should have the equal opportunity to find parking nearby their homes to avoid getting a parking ticket or even towed away. I have been living in an…

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    find a parking spot on campus and was late to class, missed a test or even got into a car accident because everyone was trying to rush through the parking lot? Almost every student has experienced something like this before because of some rip off parking lot. The problem is UNLV parking is too small to fit everyone 's car, yet student are still expected to pay an expensive parking fee. Students have to pay a substantial amount to park at the UNLV while their tuition is extremely high. Parking…

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    I had just finished rolling up my window from signaling that I was turning right, when I noticed that a car had parked next to me. The car was a single stain glass window in a room filled with clear ones, as there was no parking space there. It was then that I noticed that the individual in the car was pointing at the middle school, looking at me, and trying to say something. His hair was dry wheat, with a matching mustache, and he wore glasses. There was also a younger child…

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