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(Marc Fortuny). Parking management refers to strategies that result in a more efficient use of parking resources. Most parking management strategies have modest individual impacts, typically reducing parking requirements by 5 to 15 percent, but taken together cumulatively, their impacts are synergistic that often the amount of parking at a destination by 20 to 30 percent. Several steps must be taken to ensure parking management strategies will be supported by residents, business owners, and visitors to the affected area. The City is in the process of developing a comprehensive toolbox of parking management options that can be implemented in the study area.

(Marc Fortuny). Parking management refers to strategies that result in a more efficient use of parking resources. Most parking management strategies have modest individual impacts, typically reducing parking requirements by 5 to 15 percent, but taken together cumulatively, their impacts are synergistic that often the amount of parking at a destination by 20 to 30 percent. Several steps must be taken to ensure parking management strategies will be supported by residents, business owners, and visitors to the affected area. The City is in the process of developing a comprehensive toolbox of parking management options that can be implemented in the study area.

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  1. 1. SMART PARKING MANAGEMENT MARC FORTUNY CALERO TUTOR IN SCHIEDAM: MR. BERT VOS TUTOR IN UDG: DR. ISABEL SALAMAÑA
  2. 2. SPECIFICATIONS Area Land 18,02 Km2 Water 1,84 Km2 Total 19,86 Km2 Elevation -1 m Population in Schiedam (2016) 76.923 Population in Oost district (2016) 11.408
  3. 3. PROBLEM
  4. 4. OBJECTIVE X
  5. 5. SOLUTION ✗ ✓ “Housing in a park”
  6. 6. “HOUSING IN A PARK”
  7. 7. SMART GARAGE 528 motor vehicles per 1.000 inhabitants in the Netherlands 3 people per family 1,5 vehicles per family 11.300 citizens in Oost district 6.000 cars in Oost district
  8. 8. SMART GARAGE Security for the users and vehicles. Optimization of space and cost. Environmental protection.
  9. 9. IN PARALLEL: ELECTRIC VEHICLES Economics: cost, maintenance, ... Energy efficiency Environmental aspects: air pollution and carbon emissions ...
  10. 10. IN PARALLEL: BIKE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND OTHER SOLUTIONS “Impossible” to promote more cycling. A district well connected. Single card for all. Review the access for people with reduced mobility.
  11. 11. IMPLEMENTATION: SUPERBLOCK
  12. 12. IMPLEMENTATION: IRREGULAR URBAN LAYAOUT
  13. 13. IMPLEMENTATION: LOCATION SMART GARAGE
  14. 14. IMPLEMENTATION: PARKING SPACES
  15. 15. IMPLEMENTATION: ELECTRICAL VEHICLES
  16. 16. IMPLEMENTATION: BIKE RACKS
  17. 17. IMPLEMENTATION: PUBLIC TRANSPORT
  18. 18. IMPLEMENTATION: PHASES
  19. 19. IMPLEMENTATION: PROPOSED SCHEDULE Year To build 2017 Administrative policies. Electric vehicles 2018 Smart Garage From 2019 To 2022 Phase 1 From 2023 To 2026 Phase 2 From 2027 To 2030 Phase 3 From 2031 To 2034 Phase 4
  20. 20. RESULTS & CONCLUSIONS THE RESULTS OBTAINED ARE EXPECTED TO CONCLUDE: ü A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE (FOR JOURNEYS BY BICYCLE OR WALKING). ü A REDUCTION IN A LONG TERM, CO2 EMISSIONS CONTRIBUTE TO THE CITY ON THE PLANET. ü AN ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT FOR THE CITY (MORE USE OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT) AND NEIGHBOURS (IMPORTANT SAVINGS).

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