The 2016 Town Gown Report provides a snap shot of Harvard's presence in Cambridge, including statistics related to numbers of students and staff; ownership of land and buildings; and current and future construction activities. In addition, the 2016 report features a section describing Harvard's efforts to lower green-house gas emissions and create a greener, more sustainable campus.
The Harvard Planning Office and Harvard Campus Services' CommuterChoice program have published the 2015 Parking and Transportation Demand Management (PTDM) Report, documenting efforts to encourage commuters to leave their cars at home. Fewer than 15% of Cambridge-based employees and off-campus graduate students use single occupancy vehicles to get to work - well below the 25% target established in 2003. This has been achieved through a careful
The Fall 2015 issue of ArcNews, a publication of ESRI, the world's leading GIS software vendor, features an article about creating Harvard's new 3D map. The 3D map was produced by the Parvaneh Kossari in the Planning Resources Group working with consultant SmarterBetterCities.
This submission kicks off a formal regulatory review of the project, which includes a 30-day public comment period. The complex, which will house the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), will be among the most cutting-edge teaching and research facilities in the country, and will play an integral role in the evolution of Harvard’s campus in the decades to come. The 497,000-square-foot project, fronting on Western Avenue, will include teaching and classroom space, research areas,
The annual Town Gown report provides a census of Harvard students, faculty, staff and facilities in Cambridge. Compiled by the Harvard Planning Office campus planners with contributions from across the University, the latest edition also describes Read more about 2014 Town Gown Report to Cambridge
The Harvard Planning Office announces release of the latest progress report documenting Harvard's strategies and measures to reduce traffic congestion and to encourage use of alternative modes of transportation.
Stone Hall at Quincy House has received a Cambridge Historical Commission Preservation Award. The program celebrates outstanding historic preservation projects and the commitment of the individuals who worked on those projects. The renovation of Stone Hall, formerly known as Old Quincy, was the pilot project in Harvard College's ambitious
Harvard University has released the latest annual update to its Parking and Transportation Demand Management Plan (PTDM). The report reviews Harvard’s TDM monitoring data and describes the programs/activities at Harvard in support of the plans goals for the period ranging from December 1, 2012 through November 30, 2013. Read more about Updated Parking and Transportation Demand Management Plan
The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) unanimously approved Harvard’s 10-year development plan in Allston last night, giving the initial green light to seven new building projects and two major renovations.