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TAU E-KOT JEEPNEY, POSSIBLE? BY: CELSO A. SUMAOANG JR. NATHANIEL MARAVILLA CRIS SIDORO
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PROBLEM TRENDS
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CONCEPTS / TOPICS SMOKING ROTC DEATH PENALTY LOVE VS. LUST TRANSPORTATION
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TRANSPORTATION -IS THE ACT OR PROCESS OF MOVING PEOPLE OR THINGS FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER. According to Otsuka et. al., jeepneys are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines. They were originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II and are known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating. They have become a ubiquitous symbol of Philippine culture.
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E-JEEPNEY
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TAU E-KOT JEEPNEY, POSSIBLE?
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INTRODUCTION Colleges and universities have unique transportation needs. Educational institutions value a walkable, green campus where buildings are in close proximity to foster academic collaboration. Parking breaks up the campus landscape, occupying valuable space that could be devoted to classrooms or laboratories. Universities can expect a fairly steady flow of commuters throughout the day since classes begin throughout the day, whereas cities expect spikes in transportation demand during rush hours. Universities are experiencing rising costs for constructing and administering transportation infrastructure, which detracts from the university’s primary mission of academics (Balsas 2002).
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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The university campuses are kinds of educational milieu and also distinct communities. Currently, the number of students who are interested in studying at universities is increasing every year.
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BASED FROM 2014 STATISTICS 3,409 STUDENTS IT IS INCREASING EVERY YEAR
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Accordingly, transportation in university campuses have effects on the environment such as, disturbance to teaching, loss of natural environment and greener, despoliation of the visual environment by parking provision, air pollution, noise pollution, energy consumption, traffic congestion, land use and health effects on staff and students (Ruckelhaus, 1989; Tolley, 1996; Litman, 2003a; Steg and Gifford, 2005; Balsas, 2001).
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  • Natural environment, Walking, Sustainable transport, TAU campus

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