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MAPC sPARKing New Ideas Parking Symposium: Presentation by Ted Brovitz

  1. 1. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 SPARKING NEW IDEAS Parking Strategies for Stronger Communities Ted Brovitz Manager of Community Planning and Design Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc. April 8, 2014 Minimums, Maximums and Everything In Between
  2. 2. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Minimums, Maximums and Everything In Between  Public Vision and Planning Objectives  Parking Audits  Parking Regulations – Best Practices  Parking Placement Standards  Context-Based and Context-Building Examples Existing Condition Potential Redevelopment
  3. 3. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Public Vision and Planning Goals Land Use Transects – Variation in Patterns and Context Rural-Residential/Suburban Village Neighborhood Downtown
  4. 4. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Public Visioning and Planning Goals Downtown Context and Goals
  5. 5. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Existing Conditions Scenario-Building
  6. 6. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Future Vision Scenario-Building
  7. 7. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Future Vision Scenario-Building Side Street Access Parking Behind Building Shared Parking On-Street Parking Shared Driveway
  8. 8. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Prior to Revising Off-Street Parking Regulations  Goals and Objectives by District • Maximize utilization and efficiency with the least number of spaces necessary  Inventory and Analysis  Future Development  Public-Private  Shared Parking  Wayfinding and Parking  Pedestrian, Bicycle and  Short-Term, Long-Term  Enforcement and  Off-Street Parking • Coordinate with Parking Audit Results
  9. 9. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Prior to Revising Off-Street Parking Regulations  Goals and Objectives by District • Maximize utilization and efficiency with the least number of spaces necessary  Inventory and Analysis by District  Future Development Potential (Use /S.F.)  Public-Private Partnerships Opportunities  Shared Parking Opportunities  Pedestrian, Bicycle and Transit Access  Wayfinding and Parking Signage System
  10. 10. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Prior to Revising Off-Street Parking Regulations  Goals and Objectives by District • Maximize utilization and efficiency with the least number of spaces necessary  Inventory and Analysis by District  Future Development Potential (Use and S.F.)  Public-Private Partnerships Opportunities  Shared Parking Opportunities  Pedestrian, Bicycle and Transit Access  Wayfinding and Parking Signage System
  11. 11. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Prior to Revising Off-Street Parking Regulations  Goals and Objectives by District • Maximize utilization and efficiency with the least number of spaces necessary  Inventory and Analysis by District  Future Development Potential (Use and S.F.)  Public-Private Partnerships Opportunities  Shared Parking Opportunities  Pedestrian, Bicycle and Transit Access  Wayfinding and Parking Signage System
  12. 12. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Existing Buildings, Lot and Parking Requirements
  13. 13. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Audit Existing Buildings, Lot and Parking Requirements
  14. 14. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Development Scenarios Under Current Standards Parking Audit
  15. 15. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14  Purpose and Intent • Maximize use with least number of spaces necessary  Definitions and Applicability • Buildings and use • Districts (downtowns to neighborhoods) • Institutions (i.e. colleges, hospitals, civic, etc.)  Required Off-Street Parking Spaces • Parking Table by individual and mixed uses  Parking Limitations and Exemptions • Minimum/maximum: surface and structured Parking – Best Practices Standard Parking Provisions
  16. 16. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14  On-Street Public Parking Credits  Off-Street Public Parking Lot Credits  Public Parking Fund • Payment In Lieu of On-site Parking  Joint Parking Agreements On Adjoining Lots  Remote or Satellite Parking Agreements  Valet Parking Program and Tandem Parking  Proximity/Availability of Bus and Rail Service  Proximity to Car Sharing Program Parking – Best Practices On-Site Parking Reduction Toolbox
  17. 17. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 3. Experience in Other Towns/Case Studies Example - West Concord Village Center Private Shared Parking Agreement On-Site Parking Off- Set with Public On and Off Street Parking Town-MBTA Shared Parking and Resident Permit Agreement Parking Reduction Methods Shared Parking – Public and Private
  18. 18. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 3. Experience in Other Towns/Case Studies Example – Hyannis Village, Barnstable MA Public/Privat e Owned Shared Parking Lot Parking Reduction Methods Shared Parking – Public and Private
  19. 19. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 3. Experience in Other Towns/Case Studies Example – Wellesley Center Proximity to Public Parking Lot Parking Reduction Methods Shared Parking – Public and Private Shared Parking Agreement
  20. 20. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Structured Parking Parking Reduction Methods Public Parking Facilities in Lieu of On-Site Parking Private Northampton, MA Brattleboro, VT W. Hartford, CT Freeport, ME
  21. 21. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Reduction Methods Tandem, Stacked and Valet Parking
  22. 22. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14  Access Management and Curb-Cut Reduction  Internal Circulation and External Connectivity  Placement of Parking • Relationship to buildings and street  Intermodal Design • Bus facilities, internal pedestrian connections, bicycle parking  Landscaping and Streetscaping • Shade, control circulation, provide access, screening where needed  Sustainability - ADA spaces, Compact Autos, Alternative Fuel Vehicles, LID, Energy  Loading, Storage and Screening  Parking Lot Utilization – Gatherings, PARKlets, mobile venders Parking – Best Practices Parking Design and Functional Standards
  23. 23. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Landscaping and Streetscape Design Standards Parking – Best Practices
  24. 24. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Landscaping Parking Standards – Best Practices Internal and External Pedestrian Access Standards
  25. 25. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Standards – Best Practices Bicycle Parking and Design Standards
  26. 26. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Stormwater Planters Emporia, VA Parking Standards – Best Practices Low Impact Design and Energy Efficiency
  27. 27. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Standards – Best Practices Other Design Standards
  28. 28. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Utilization - Civic Gather Space & Event Programming Parking – Best Practices
  29. 29. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14  Open streets and play streets  PARK(ing) day  Food carts and trucks  Pavement to plazas  Street fairs  Etc. PARKing Day Pop Up CafeMobile Vendors Parking Utilization - Tactical Urbanism Parking – Best Practices
  30. 30. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 8. New Off-Street Parking Zoning Bylaw On-Site Parking Placement, Access, Landscaping, and On-Street Parking Off-Set, and Relationship to Sidewalk and Parking Placement Standards Context-Building Standards
  31. 31. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Shared Access and Internal Connectivity Parking Placement Standards
  32. 32. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Placement Standards Site Layout
  33. 33. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Parking Placement Standards Site Layout
  34. 34. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Existing Condition Potential Expansion and Infill Parking Placement Standards Strip Development Repair and Infill
  35. 35. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Context-Based and Context-Building
  36. 36. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Mediu m Setba ck All Parki ng to Side and Rear All Parki ng in Front Separ ate Curb Cuts Mixed Use/ Shared Parking Singl e Use Rear Acces s
  37. 37. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 2004 Concept Plan and TND Bylaw Propose d Parking Infill Area Context-Based and Context-Building Highway Commercial Context – Linden Street, Wellesley
  38. 38. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Medium sized mixed use infill development with no front setback, streetscape treatments along the frontage, shared access and parking , internal connection to public sidewalk, outdoor dining terrace and open space, and all parking placed behind frontage buildings. Context-Based and Context-Building
  39. 39. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Wellesley/Linden Street TND – Sprawl Retrofit and Infill Development Infill Development Oriented to Street and Pedestrians New On-Street Public Parking Added Context-Based and Context-Building
  40. 40. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Downtown and Village Center Form-Based Code Context-Based and Context-Building
  41. 41. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Amherst Village Centers Context-Based and Context-Building
  42. 42. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 Traffic Taming and Complete Street Design Needed! Context-Based and Context-Building
  43. 43. Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14Sparking New Ideas Workshop – 04.08.14 SPARKING NEW IDEAS Parking Strategies for Stronger Communities Ted Brovitz Manager of Community Planning and Design Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Inc. April 8, 2014 Minimums, Maximums and Everything In Between

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