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Published on August 21, 2007

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The Basics of Parking ManagementAn Urban Perspective:  The Basics of Parking Management An Urban Perspective — June 2005 — Rick Williams Rick Williams Consulting Portland, Oregon Origins of RWC Perspective:  Origins of RWC Perspective 18 Years in Parking Industry Executive Vice President – Association for Portland Progress (1987 – 1995) Developed andamp; Managed SmartPark System Partner in development of Central City Transportation Management Plan (1992 – 1996) Initiated Downtown Clean andamp; Safe EID (1988) Melvin Mark Development Company - Consultant (1995 – 2004) Seven garages in MMC ownership (3,500 stalls) Constructed 2 new garages, 1 addition Parking Plans for 22 cities nationwide RWC/BPM Development Inc. - Consultant (2005 – present) Contract Executive Director – Lloyd District TMA (1995 – present) Parking 101 - Best Practices:  Parking 101 - Best Practices Parking and zoning – basic relationship Accurate understanding of existing conditions Data is better than opinion Capacity, turnover 85% Rule is simple and objective standard Develop Guiding Principles Create a framework for decision-making Who is parking for (customer/visitor, employees) Who is responsible for providing parking (City?, private sector?) What is 'sufficient?' What is value of parking to goals and objectives of the downtown or business district? Relationship of TDM to Parking Mode split goals and targets Identify Management Strategies Based on all the above Not before Accurate understanding of existing conditions:  Accurate understanding of existing conditions Is there a clear and objective under- standing of the true parking dynamic Describe the problem with data Total supply/inventory On and off-street Peak hour occupancy/utilization How many cars are parked at peak hour of the day? Turnover How long are cars parked in a specific area on a typical day? Unique needs Are there land uses or unique characteristics of a district that would require special consideration in parking management Mapping the Downtown:  Mapping the Downtown Different segments of the downtown have different economic uses - both real and desired Parking should be seen as a management tool that supports specific economic uses Where is downtown today? Is there common agreement? Where will it be tomorrow? Will the core expand? 5, 10 and 15 years Guiding Principles:  Guiding Principles A set of standards that guides decision-making for parking management both near-term and long-term. Established to describe the primary purposes for parking in the defined parking districts. Best done through consensus based process with affected stakeholders Strategy Development:  Strategy Development On-street Parking Understand that it drives the parking system First point of access for 'priority' users Create integration between on and off-street parking assets and TDM goals/objectives Develop and adopt decision-making 'triggers' Questions of rate, enforcement, capacity, deficit/surplus should all be trigger based and correlated with Guiding Principles Physical vs. Functional CapacityStrategy Development:  Physical vs. Functional Capacity Strategy Development Physical Capacity = built supply Functional Capacity = managed supply Managing Turnover maximizes access Strategy Development:  Strategy Development Off-street Parking Provides opportunity to consolidate access Must be coordinated with on-street system (first four hours) Access 'priority' must be identified to calibrate siting, management and operation Define 'role' of public sector in development, financing, rate Must contribute to integrity of urban form Rule of 85% (decision trigger) Transportation Demand Management:  Transportation Demand Management Transit Marketing andamp; Information Financial Incentives/Subsidies Shuttle Systems Bus Shelter Improvements Bicycle Parking andamp; Infrastructure TDM Support Programs Requirements on New Development The Cost of ParkingTable 1Typical Development Costs Per Parking Space:  The Cost of Parking Table 1 Typical Development Costs Per Parking Space Real cost of structured parking -- $190 to $258 per month Source: Victoria Transportation Institute Operating Costs of Parking:  Operating Costs of Parking Source: Walker Parking Parking – Required to Actual Demand:  Parking – Required to Actual Demand Slide14:  Changes in Commuter Choice – 7 Year History % Mode Share Slide15:  Vehicles Removed From Commuter Peak Hour – A Single Lane of Traffic 5 Miles Long Slide16:  Why We Do What We Do 1,433 Parking spaces 4 Trips per space (in 8hr. workday) 5,732 Potential customer trips per day 5,732 Customer trips per day $20 Average amount spent by each customer/trip $114,640 Potential daily revenue unrealized $114,640 Daily revenue 300 Shopping days in a year $34,392,000 Total annual potential revenue unrealized Plus… $28,000,000 Parking development costs for 1,433 vehicles $62,392,000 Total return on investment Slide17:  Impact of Status Quo – 17,000 net Employees # of new parking stalls to meet SOV growth 8160 Cost to develop needed parking demand $221,000,000 Slide18:  Projected Employment Growth: 17,000 to 34,000 # of new parking stalls to meet SOV growth 2380 Cost to develop needed parking demand $59,500,000 “People do not come downtown to park!”:  'People do not come downtown to park!' What parking management is not Bad, evil A be all, end all solution to downtown revitalization The most successful downtowns have high parking constraints What parking management is Good business A development tool to support desired economic uses One of several strategies necessary to promote economic vitality A commitment to priorities YOUR QUESTIONS?:  YOUR QUESTIONS?

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