BEE 9.2 - Siming Zhu March 29, 2009 BEE Assignment 9, part...

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Siming Zhu March 29, 2009 BEE Assignment 9, part 2 The project I would undertake is the placement and construction of a park-and-ride lot. I think park-and-ride lots provide a solution to problems of traffic and pollution. Because there are fewer cars on the road, there will also be less traffic, and thus less frustration during the busy commuting hours. Since there are fewer cars driving around, there will also be less greenhouse gases emitted and people will also save money on gas. In my design, I would place my lot in a large city or a busy metropolitan area that has an obvious traffic problem, a large number of commuters and a significant need for a park- and-ride. I would provide places for people to park as well as lock up their motorcycles or bicycles. I would also try to build my park-and-ride lot as greenly as possible, using as many recycled or environmentally friendly construction material as is available. Growth issues that need to be considered There are several growth issues that need to be considered in designing and constructing this project. Most importantly, I would consider the growth potentials of the location of my park-and-ride. I would build my park-and-ride in an area that is expected to see
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2009 for the course BEE 3299 taught by Professor Scott,n.r. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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BEE 9.2 - Siming Zhu March 29, 2009 BEE Assignment 9, part...

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