The Office of Parking and Transportation, in the Virginia Tech administrative enterprise is responsible for a variety of programs and services that make it possible for students, employees, and visitors to get around the university’s Blacksburg campus efficiently.
The biennial Commuter Survey is an in-house survey conducted by the Alternative Transportation Department to gain information on, and monitor travel patterns and behaviors on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg, Virginia campus. The 2020 Survey is currently open.
Bicycle Parking Master Plan
“In 2014, Virginia Tech conducted an assessment of the existing conditions for bicycle parking on campus. The assessment led to a plan that identifies the current demand for bicycle parking as well as specifies potential sites for new bike racks to be installed.”
Parking and Transportation Master Plan
“In June 2015, Virginia Tech partnered with VHB to develop a 10-year Parking and Transportation Master Plan. The process took about a year and the plan, which replaces the 2002 version, was finalized in August 2016. The goal of the new master plan is to enhance mobility while preserving campus character and to prepare for the growth in student enrollment expected through 2025.”