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Parking management strategies are used to address a variety of community planning goals including socio-economic vitality, community livability, transit system sustainability, and economic vitality. Yet transportation planners are increasingly concerned about the connection between parking supply/demand management
and pricing strategies and congestion management outcomes (e.g., delay reduction, capacity utilization, travel time reliability, transit performance, and green-house gas emissions).
With Miami and Ft. Lauderdale as case studies, this session explored the best practices in parking supply, demand, pricing, and land development regulation to understand options available to
planners to manage congestion, increase parking revenues and facilitate multimodal transportation planning.