Parking Efficiency Through Shared Parking Conceptsby Neil S. Kenig, Barton-Aschman Associates Inc, Evanston, IL, USA,
Richard J. Hocking, Barton-Aschman Associates Inc, Evanston, IL, USA,
Abstract: Due to continuing demand for concentrated parking supply in our urban areas, developers and public agencies must devote a significant amount of their resources and energies to providing these spaces. In the face of mounting capital costs, expensive O&M costs, and limited land or site space for new facilities, new concepts and techniques are needed. The authors propose that the application of shared parking concepts is one major step in satisfying this need.
Subject Headings: Parking facilities | Traffic engineering | Space colonies | Assets | Streets | Land use | Curvature
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