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Parking Infrastructure: A Constraint on or Opportunity for Parking Redevelopment? A Study of Los Angeles County Parking Supply and Growth
The continued use of minimum parking requirements is likely to encourage automobile use at a time when metropolitan areas are actively seeking to manage congestion and increase transit use, biking, and walking. Widely discussed ways to reform parking policies may be less than effective if planners do not consider the remaining incentives to auto use created by the existing parking infrastructure. Planners should encourage the conversion of existing parking facilities to alternative uses.
Land value is higher when not used for parking.
It is estimated that parking is deployed close to the recommended minimum requirement.
Minimum off-street parking requirements have been a success at encouraging mobility and a failure and lowering congestion.
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