Repenser le stationnement de surface pour l'aménagement de bureaux adaptés aux piétons

The automobile has an important role to play in the urban transportation system. As a result, parking is an essential piece of infrastructure in the built environment. Yet, cities are continually challenged to find ways of integrating parking into their fabric that are efficient, compact, attractive and ecologically sensitive. This research aims to not only outline best practice strategies to attract high density parking options that could facilitate office growth, but also provides an overview on how these strategies could be optimally applied in a range of urban contexts (established downtowns, emerging downtowns, office parks and individual developments).


Détails

Type:

Rapport de recherche

Date:

March 2013

Les partenaires:

Canadian Parking Foundation

Authors and Researchers:

Glenn Miller, FCIP, RPP, Vice President of Education and Research
Katherine Morton, MCIP, RPP, Senior Planner, Education and Research
James Cole, Planning Assistant and Researcher, Education and Research
Adrienne Comars, Planning Assistant and Researcher, Education and Research
Victoria Prouse, Planning Assistant and Researcher, Education and Research
Aidan Whitely, Planning Assistant and Researcher, Education and Research