Neighborhoods near our enormous university campus (now the 3rd largest university in the nation) are increasingly seeing apartment buildings that are evading density limits and our transportation mitigation requirements. For example, a single apartment unit with, say, a single kitchen and 4 BRs is often accommodating 8 adults (and, usually, 8 cars). Because we count an apartment w/ 4 BRs & a single kitchen as one dwelling unit, we don't require much w/ regard to mitigation (relatively few car trips are ordinarily generated by one unit). Our planning manager is thinking we should find a way to count such a 4-BR student apartment as TWO units so that we can require more mitigation. Does anyone know of a university-oriented community that has such a problem and is effectively dealing w/ it via zoning regs?