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Tempe, ASU partner to deliver new transportation options

Posted on September 25, 2017

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For the third year in a row, Arizona State University tops the list of “most innovative schools” in the nation, recognizing the university’s ground-breaking initiatives, partnerships, programs and research.

TEMPE, Ariz. — In an effort reduce traffic on its campus, which sees 50,000 vehicles daily, not including heavy pedestrian and cyclist traffic, Arizona State University is partnering with the City of Tempe on various transportation proposals to increase safety and convenience, The State Press reported.

Some of the 11 ideas proposed include a highline walkway and a monorail system running over campus. The city is partnering with ASU on six of the ideas.

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