Integrating Parking into Integrated Corridor Management
Integrating Parking into Integrated Corridor Management

 

Background: Demand-based parking pricing is an increasingly integral part of transportation operations. Communication of real-time parking availability at park-and-ride lots is a key facilitator of shifting single occupant drivers into higher vehicle occupancy transportation vehicles. Representatives of the cities of Los Angeles, Seattle and New York present their respective demand-based parking pricing policies and details on how they facilitate economic activity while reducing environmental impacts. Presenters describe how they created more available parking for business customers by encouraging the turnover of vehicles in high-demand parking spaces, and fight traffic congestion and pollution by reducing the number of cars "cruising" for parking.

 

Instructor(s) Daniel Mitchell, P.E., PTOE, Senior Transportation Engineer, City of Los Angeles DOT, Parking Meters Division; David Stein, Deputy Director, Parking Management and Planning, New York City DOT; Mary Catherine Snyder, Parking Strategist, City of Seattle, WA; John Lower, Associate Vice President, Iteris, Inc.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify demand based parking policies, implementation technologies, and programs.
  2. Describe how to match parking rates to parking demands to reduce driver's time hunting for a nearby space.
  3. Recognize how smart parking programs improve traffic flow for drivers and transit service.
  4. Discuss how these programs encourage shift in personal travel choices to more efficient and economical transportation alternatives such as carpools, bicycling and mass transit.

 

Credits: 1.5 PDH

 

This course is eligible for the following certification renewal(s): PTOE

 

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Pub. No.: PD-A06

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Publisher: ITE Educational Foundation

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Publishing Date: 05/13