SA hears from Reger on campus Master Plan


Tasiyagnunpa Livermont

Academic Vice President Mike Reger told Students’ Association senators about the SDSU Master Plan and its effect on future pedestrian and automotive traffic Monday night.

Reger said that pedestrian safety is the greatest concern facing the planners of future campus facilities.

The main issue is the area on Rotunda Lane where pedestrians often walk out between cars on the road, he said.

“We have to do something with the whole Rotunda Lane,” Reger said.

The original SDSU Master Plan called for remote parking and student and faculty bus service in the next fifty years.

These changes may now come sooner rather than later.

Many parking lots within campus would be removed, with replacement parking added around the edge of campus. Bus service would ensure students and faculty would still be on time for class, Reger said.

Reger said a road from Medary Avenue to the Administration building will be one of the next changes to the SDSU landscape.

Reger said that planners need to make campus access easier for prospective students and their parents. Right now the best landmark for SDSU directions is “right at McDonald’s,” he said.