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WHY STREETLINE?
The Clemson University Story:
A holistic approach to creating sustainable, cost effective
parking and transportation management solutions through
technology and community engagement
Presented by Sarah Salpeter, Senior Director, Streetline Inc.
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MEET THE TIGERS
 Ranked #21 among public universities
 Major, land grant, research university
 Population: 24,309
» Student: 19,914
» Faculty & Staff: 4,395
 Permits: 24,000
 Citations: 36,598
 Non-gated surface lots: 33
 Off-street spaces: 8,730
 3,328
 FY 13 Estimated Revenue: $4.5M
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P&T OPPORTUNITIES FOR INNOVATION
The Goal
Aligning with the Clemson University’s Sustainability goals to
create sustainable, cost effective parking and
transportation management solutions through technology.
The Challenges
1)
Maximize the use of the Clemson’s limited parking supply
2)
Define where visitors and university users can park and
guide them easily to an open parking space
3)
Create greater efficiencies in parking operations
4)
Distribute parking costs equitably among all the users
5)
Support and enhance Clemson’s sustainability goals
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EMBRACING SUSTAINABILITY
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SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
Clemson University has set a 2030 goal of being net-zero
Parking and Transportation Services Contributions:
 Reducing the number of vehicle miles driven on
campus
 Reduce energy consumption
 Prevent additional construction of parking spaces /
Preserve Green Space
 Increase efficiencies of Transportation assets
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SMART ENGINEERING
Restriping Yields Net Gain of:
50 Employee Spaces
161 Commuter Spaces
=
Equivalent to the creation
of a new Sikes Hall Parking
Lot
Saving ~$527,500
Total Spaces: 12,166
Sirrine Construction
LED Lighting in R-4 Resident Lot
Sikes Parking Lot and ADA Spaces
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Park in a visitor space
Go to your meeting
You got a citation for parking without a permit
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Park in a visitor space
Get a visitor pass
You got a citation for parking without a
permit, while getting a visitor permit
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Park in a visitor space
Pay the meter
Go to your meeting
You got a citation for parking without a permit
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Get a visitor pass
Park in a metered space
Don’t pay meter
because you got a
pass
You got a citation for not paying the meter
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Get a visitor pass
Park in a metered space
Pay meter but, but
meter didn’t
accept your money
You got a citation for apparently not paying
the meter
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VISITOR PARKING PRIOR TO TECHNOLOGY
Get a visitor pass
Park in a faculty space
Go to your meeting
You’re safe, but you have displayed a paying
permit holder
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Visitor Parking
Solution (No
Permit Required)
Student
Commuter
Parking Solution
(Coming Soon)
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TECHNOLOGY AND EFFICIENCY
Decision Point
Consumer &
Operator
15
OPERATIONAL INSIGHT FROM DATA
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UNDERSTANDING YOUR METERS
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PARKING ENFORCEMENT AND EFFICIENCY
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TRANSIT AND EFFICIENCY
 Historical Regional Connection Between Clemson and
Greenville
»
»
»
»
»
Express Bus route w/ travel times comparable to driving
Operates 6:30 am – 10:30 pm Mon – Fri
Free garage for commuters to park in
Connections to shopping and entertainment
Averaging 112 passengers/day in first month
 Greenville Campuses now Connected
»
»
»
»
»
»
Automotive Engineering Campus (CU-ICAR)
Bioengineering Campus (CUBEInC)
Clemson Extension Office
MBA Campus (Clemson at the Falls)
Greenlink’s Transfer Station near Main St
Operates 7:30 am – 9:30 pm Mon - Fri
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TRANSIT DATA AND EFFICIENCY
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METER REVENUE
$35,000
$30,000
$25,000
$20,000
$15,000
$10,000
$5,000
$July
August September October November December January
FY 2012
$118,884.68
February
FY 2013-Earned
$184,205.53
March
April
May
June
= $65,320.85 (54.9%
Increase!)
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TRANSIT FEE ANALYSIS
$1,800,000
$1,600,000
$1,400,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
$800,000
$600,000
$400,000
$200,000
$2007
2008
2009
Student Contribution
2010
2011
Expenditures
2012
2013 YTD 2014 Proj.
G&A
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DATA BASED DECISION MAKING
10 SE 1st Ave.
100 SE 1st Ave.
100 SE 1st St.
100 SE 2nd Ave.
100 SE 3rd Ave.
200 SE 1st Ave.
200 SE 1st St.
200 SE 2nd Ave.
200 SE 4th Ave.
300 SE 2nd St.
400 SE 2nd St.
12a
12
4
8
5
2
16
4
5
40
16
27
139
1a
10
3
8
5
6
14
4
7
26
20
16
119
2a 3a
16 17
7
3
9
5
9
4
4
13 6
3
5
3
24 6
12 2
24 6
126 52
4a
9
4
4
2
1
4
2
1
7
2
36
5a
2
7
1
1
6
6a
3
4
35
5
38
2
8 22
1
1
1 22
27 132
7a
49
12
46
8
1
8
15
8
55
18
35
255
8a
52
18
91
36
3
13
43
14
76
48
59
453
9a
70
25
107
28
8
31
70
23
90
30
65
547
10a
128
46
131
52
14
39
97
17
105
34
64
727
11a
133
39
120
60
16
41
93
29
96
41
104
772
12p
171
53
139
46
10
65
98
18
98
41
108
847
1p
170
45
142
49
15
48
79
24
87
43
98
800
2p
125
46
119
52
16
63
70
24
87
39
73
714
3p
88
40
109
50
17
41
75
29
86
36
64
635
4p
92
40
111
47
8
50
55
15
84
46
43
591
5p
61
30
80
27
7
27
41
18
83
33
63
470
6p
43
11
58
6
4
22
17
4
48
27
42
282
7p
23
13
30
14
5
15
12
8
60
27
61
268
8p
23
1
20
5
25
15
5
50
18
56
218
9p
17
3
16
5
1
11
4
10
60
24
62
213
10p
11
6
14
10
4
13
1
7
50
19
37
172
11p
9
1
27
6
8
14
10
3
39
17
39
173
Occupancy by Weekday
Dec. 30-Jan 5
Observation:
Result:
Create more visitor spaces based on
true utilization data
40
100
% Occupancy
Demand for visitor parking spaces
exceeded supply for much of the day
Dec. 23-Dec. 29
90
30
80
20
70
10
0
Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri.
Sat.
Total
1334
454
1436
532
150
580
852
279
1387
593
1171
8768
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LEADING IN SUSTAINABILITY: WHAT’S NEXT
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QUESTIONS?
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