On the management of residential on-street parking: Policies and repercussions

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Abstract

Cities usually handle residential parking through on-street parking management and off-street parking requirements. The two can impact each other but are frequently strategized independently. This paper focuses on residential on-street parking management, which is often dealt with through residential parking permit programs. A survey shows that there are two main types of programs: one that gives precedence to residents and another that restricts residential parking, with mainly the latter being politically explosive. Nevertheless, there is scant literature on the policies implemented in different cities internationally. More research efforts could lead to the formulation of sustainable policies and make the procedures more politically acceptable, in particular given new technologies that help eliminate the high installation and maintenance costs of meters and enforcement. The qualitative and quantitative evidence is analyzed to distill practical real-life solutions.

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Brudner, A. (2023). On the management of residential on-street parking: Policies and repercussions. Transport Policy, 138, 94–107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tranpol.2023.05.002

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