University of Wisconsin–Madison

Estimating Parking Utilization in Multi-Family Residential Buildings in Washington, D.C.

Type Policy Brief or Report
Year 2015
Level City or Town
Policy Areas Community Development, Data & Technology, Public Spaces, Transportation & Mobility
Developing an empirical model for parking utilization in Washington, D.C and creating to an interactive, web-based tool utilizing the model named ParkRight DC, to support and guide parking supply decisions. A transparent, data driven process for parking supply decisions may help relieve problems associated with over- or under-supply of parking. This paper outlines the data collection, model development process, functionality of the resulting tool, and findings on key relationships and policy implications.

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