March 10, 2017

The Future of Parking, Today 11:00  -  12:30 The Future of Parking, Today Garden State B

The Future of Parking, Today

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

Robert Goldsmith presentation

John Sullivan presentation

Rachel Weinberger presentation

Jim Zullo presentation

Session Category :  Transportation & Infrastructure