With all the benefits that transit-oriented development offers, it can be easy to overlook its impact on parking. From transit stations to mixed-use transit villages, commuters, visitors and even local residents will still be looking for a place to park. There are a number of best practices you can follow to help you ensure parking is successfully integrated into transit-oriented destinations, from evaluating parking demand to strategically locating parking to stimulate the most activity.
Want to learn more? Then be sure to register for CPPA's Virtual Annual Conference, and don't miss Transit Parking Best Practices with Watry Design's Michael Pendergrass on Tuesday, November 2 at 1:00pm PDT
- Explore how to right-size your parking through demand studies and understanding the context of the intended user groups.
- Discover how the inherent conflicts between pedestrians, autos, buses, trains and other modes of transit pose unique challenges that must be solved to successfully integrate parking into the transit context.
- Learn how walkability and wayfinding are paramount to a successful transit parking strategy, plus additional best practices that can set your project up for success.
We'll see you there! Care to chat between sessions? Our experts are available to talk to you about your parking needs from our home offices.