Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Vol.8 (The 9th International Conference of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, 2011)

Academic Paper
Off-street residential parking organisation, a review of current practices
*Peraphan JittrapiromGuenter Emberger
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This paper is part of a research paper series which focuses on parking organisation in urban environment. It contains a review of the off-street residential parking organisation practises in 6 cities around the world namely Bangkok, Hong Kong, London, Singapore, Tokyo and Vienna. It consists a finding that the Minimum parking space provision requirement standard is used in most cities except London. Variation in parking policies and regulations can be observed, together with different innovative measures and parking standard adjustment methods. A study to compare number of parking spaces required by different standards is carried out. This paper contains recommendation that further research in other elements of parking organisation such as residential on-street parking or destination on and off-street parking organisation should be carried out. Parking organisation is an effective push measure to drive the current transport system towards sustainability

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