This report presents findings of a study examining the park, cross, and ride parking behavior. Before this study, no research had been performed to evaluate the cost and the benefits. This study does so with a cost-benefit analysis examining different scenarios.
by Okan Gurbuz
When commuting patterns change (as they have amid the COVID-19 pandemic), so do the patterns of land use. With fewer people driving to work or to school, fewer parking spaces are filled, leaving empty reminders of our hefty public and private investment in vehicle storage space. As with any infrastructure asset requiring a large financial outlay, it’s important that we ensure the best return on that investment.