For generations, the demand for parking has seemingly grown unabated. But now, for the first time since perhaps the invention of the automobile, experts are predicting a decline in the demand for parking in urban areas. This is due to anticipated technological advances in the areas of autonomous, self-driving vehicles, the proliferation of shared-vehicle services and changing societal values and trends. This panel will discuss the ways these trends are being addressed across the country as well as other parking-reduction strategies such as shared-parking and complete streets.
Track Sponsor: Scarinci Hollenbeck
Panel Sponsor: Insite Engineering
Session Category : Transportation & Infrastructure