Containing some of the most recent and original studies on parking regulation and management from different disciplines, this book offers rigorous analysis from top researchers with a clear intention to deliver policy implications and provide information to the public.
The book is organized according to a variety of key topics. Among others, it covers the interaction of parking with other modes of transportation and its demand, its pricing and external effects, the role of information and digitalization, and the effects of regulation and its enforcement. Also, it includes the views of practitioners, who discuss present parking in cities and the future of its management.
Written primarily for scholars interested in transportation, mobility, planning and urban affairs, this book is also directly relevant to practitioners and policymakers in government with responsibilities in mobility. Additionally, the book will be of interest to the private sector as it offers a practical link between rigorous academic analyses and the needs of practitioners.
1. The external cost of parking: an overview of its impact on traffic systems 2. Cruising costs and the price elasticity of parking demand 3. Parking regulation and cruising for parking 4. Establishing and assessing adaptive parking prices in the city: algorithms, software and examples 5. The important role of information in the parking market 6. Parking enforcement activity and public attitudes to enforcement: a review of the current literature, some empirical observations and an agenda for further research 7. Parking and city logistics 8. The spatial effects of employer paid parking 9. Parking policy and real estate: the case of very low minimum parking requirements 10. Political economy of parking 11. Local opportunities for digital parking 12. The future of parking management: the view from the industry Epilogue: what to learn from this book