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Suburban Parking Requirements: A Tacit Policy for Automobile Use and Sprawl
“This research examines office parking at a series of case study sites in suburban Southern California, identifying its impact on travel behavior, development density, development cost, and urban design.”
Minimum parking requirements are a result of local jurisdictions’ concerns about tenants having enough parking supply to match market demand, ensuring that parking overflow does not cause congestion or illegal parking on the street, and for flexibility with changing tenants that may have a higher parking demand.
“Zoning codes typically require between 3.0 and 5.0 spaces per 1,000 gross square feet of office building area.”
“Peak parking use on an average day is far less than the typical parking supply.”
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