8a - value SHOUP MARKET SOLUTION Best available thinking,...

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PARKING
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TRIP GENERATION COMPETITIVE PRESSURE: ACCESS VS COST Retail Office Manufacturing Household
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DENSITY, ZONING MINIMUM REQUIREMENT Protect consumer Protect street from parking use (vs. buffer pedestrian from moving traffic) MAXIMUM REQUIREMENT Protect road network from over-use and congestion (Singapore vehicle infrastructure balance analogy) High dentity, transit and walk access allows extra use and land
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Unformatted text preview: value SHOUP MARKET SOLUTION Best available thinking, but Ignores externalities Ignores regulatory approach Revenue can become a problem WHY NOT BASE ROAD TAXES ON PARKING? But remember Port Authority problem PHYSICAL ISSUES Street parking Open lot Garage Roof Below grade...
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