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  1. 1. MUIC Parking space Marketing Research 2
  2. 2. Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • PROBLEM STATEMENT • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • BACKGROUND Nowadays there are limited amount of parking space to facilitates students in MUIC, so this research will be conduct to find the potential users of the new parking space.
  3. 3. Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • PROBLEM STATEMENT • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • BACKGROUND 1. To observe the usage and attitude on the current parking space 2. To understand the new parking space deciding factors ands services preferred by users 3. Knowing the willingness to pay of students in order to charge the fee effectively
  4. 4. Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • PROBLEM STATEMENT • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • BACKGROUND These are the current parking spaces that students parked but some are prohibited! Parking 1 Parking 2 Parking 3 Football field Pre-College building In front of university
  5. 5. Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • PROBLEM STATEMENT • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • BACKGROUND These are the consequences… Receive fine ticket Wheel lock Damage on car
  6. 6. Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • PROBLEM STATEMENT • RESEARCH OBJECTIVES • BACKGROUND In order to solve the problem of limited parking space for students, MUIC will provide a new underground parking space in the new building which will be construct and finish in the year 2015.
  7. 7. Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • Sampling Design • Research Design • Data Collection Introduction • Obtain, Analyze & Report Data Target: MUIC Students Sample size: 138 respondents Male: 67 Female: 71
  8. 8. Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Summary & Conclusions AppendixesRecommendation PARKING SPACE • Sampling Design • Research Design • Data Collection Introduction • Obtain, Analyze & Report Data Method: Face2Face interview Use face2face method to gain most relevant and useful information.
  9. 9. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation S1 Do you drive to MUIC ? Yes No S2 Do you have any difficulty in using the parking space ? Yes No S3 If there is a new parking space with fee charge, would you be interested? Yes No -Screening questions are use to screen the respondents whether they are qualified to do the survey or not. -These questions are use to screen the respondents who: 1. Only drive to campus 2. People who had difficulties using the current parking space, 3. People who are interested in the new parking space. - The information from this group of people will be relevant and useful to the research.
  10. 10. Objective 1: Usage and attitude on the current parking space Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation PARKING SPACE
  11. 11. - Times - Times Everyday Times per week driving to MUIC Times per Week driving to MUIC Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation PARKING SPACE
  12. 12. Parking Parking Parking Football Field In fornt of MUIC Pre-College Q2 Please rank where you usually park Male Female - The research shows that both male and female students choose Parking 2 as their first choice. Male: 28.36% Female: 42.25% - On the other hand, students rarely park at Parking 3 Male : 1.49% Female: 1.41% Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  13. 13. Male Female Male Female Very Irritating Irritaing Neutral Q3_1 Not enough space T2B (Male) = 4.48% T2B (Female) = 0% B2B (Male) = 89.55% B2B (Female) = 98.59% Average (Male) = 1.41 Average (Female) = 1.19 Q3 What are the problems that irritate you? Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  14. 14. Male Female Male Female Very irritating Iritating Neutral Not irritating Q3_2 Too far from building T2B (Male) = 7.47% T2B (Female) = 2.82% B2B (Male) = 82.09% B2B (Female) = 81.69% Average (Male) =1.81 Average (Female) = 1.72 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q3 What are the problems that irritate you?
  15. 15. Male Male Female Very irritating Irritating Neutral Not irritating Not irritating at all Q3_3 Spend long time waiting for golf cart T2B (Male) = 19.4% T2B (Female) = 9.86% B2B (Male) = 53.73% B2B (Female) = 74.65% Average (Male) = 2.43 Average (Female) = 1.97 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q3 What are the problems that irritate you?
  16. 16. Male Female Male Female Very irritating Irritating Neutral Not irritating Q3_4 Not enough security T2B (Male) = 29.86% T2B (Female) =30.99% B2B (Male) = 37.31% B2B (Female) = 40.85% Average (Male) = 2.94 Average (Female) = 2.92 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q3 What are the problems that irritate you?
  17. 17. Q4 Do you use any paid transportation from your parking space to the building? Yes No Male Femal e Yes No • 49% of respondents had used paid transportation • For male 32 respondents say yes while 36 respondents say no • For woman 35 respondents say yes while 35 respondents say no Almost 50% of the respondents had to used paid extra transportation. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  18. 18. Q5 How many times you use per week? Total Male Female - times - times times or more • 62.86% of respondents used paid transportation 1-2 times • 19.12% of respondents used 3-4 times • 16.18% of respondents used 5 times Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  19. 19. Q6 Have you ever been blocked by other cars in campus? Sales Yes No Male Fem… Yes No Almost two third, of the respondents have experience car related problem in university before. Although most problem are occur to men. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  20. 20. Q7 How many times you receive a fine ticket in a trimester? Total Male Female More than - times - times - times Never About 68.84% of the respondents never receive fine ticket. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  21. 21. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q8 Have you ever experience any damage caused by park 1 or park 2 or anywhere in MUIC? Damages experienced caused by Parking Yes No 66 % of respondents have not experienced with any damage Recommendation
  22. 22. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q9 Have you ever park on the side road in front of the University? Parking On The side road in front of University Yes No 64% of respondents have parked their car on the side road Recommendation
  23. 23. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Parking On The side road in front of University Yes No Male Female Yes Male Female
  24. 24. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q10 Which types of problem will you concern the most, if you park on the side road in front of the University? Bad image Damage Security No service provided Female Male Most of Male concern with the damage of their car the most, 21.01% Recommendation
  25. 25. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Bad image Damage Security No service provided Female Male The most important for Female is the security, 25.36% Recommendation
  26. 26. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q11Will you continue to do so if the current parking space remain the same? Will you continue to do ? Yes No 88% of those will continue to park in front of the university if the parking space remain limited. Recommendation
  27. 27. Objective 2: New parking space deciding factors ands services preferred by users Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation PARKING SPACE
  28. 28. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Q12 Please rates 1-5 in term of convenience for the current parking space? Where 1 = Very convenience and 5 = Not convenience at all Male Female Male Female
  29. 29. Male Female Male Female Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions T2B : Male 61.19 % Female 59.16% B2B : Male 17.91 % Female 11.27% Average : Male 3.59 Female 3.63%
  30. 30. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q13 Do you think there should be more parking space provided? There should be more parking space provided Yes No About 98 % agree that there should be More parking space available for students
  31. 31. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Q14 Do you think new parking space will reduce traffic while searching parking lots? new parking space will reduce traffic while searching parking lots Yes No About 54% agree that It will not reduce the traffic
  32. 32. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes Recommendatio n PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Did not notice any traffic when… Still too many cars Depends on time Parking and traffic do not relate Increase in number of student Still not enough space Students park their car and wait for… If there are more space too… NO Out of 75 respondents who say “NO”, there are 18 respondents state the reason Most of respondents of 18 people say that Parking and traffic do not related and It’s depend on time.
  33. 33. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q 15. If MUIC provide an auction for exclusive parking? Will you participate? Exclusive Parking Yes No Male Female yes No 54% of the respondents will not participate for exclusive parking, which represent 8% higher than respondent who are willing to participate Out of 54% of the number between male and female Who will not participate is slightly different, which female is about 4% higher than male
  34. 34. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q 16. Providing exclusive parking would create a conflict? Yes No Exclusive Parking & Conflicts Male Female Chart Title Yes No 65% of respondents think that exclusive parking would create conflicts Out of 65% of respondents, more female tend to believe that exclusive parking would create conflicts, since the number shows that there are 69.01% of female and 61.19% of male who say yes.
  35. 35. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q 17. Do you think new parking space would create a gap between students? Create a gap between students? Yes No 21.95% Reasons Reasons Majority of respondents don’t think new parking space would create a gap between students, as 70% of them say No Two main reasons are unfair and wealth differentiate. 37% of them did not give any comments.
  36. 36. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q 18 How much do you think MUIC should responsible for any damage cause under the new parking area? Others None Half Full Responsible Others None Half Full Responsible Female Male The number shows that most of respondents prefer MUIC to responsible for half and follow by full responsible and non in sequence.
  37. 37. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q19 Do you think parking space for students and faculties should be separated? Yes No Students and faculties parking Male Female Yes No A tiny bit higher number of respondents who say that students and faculties should park separately as 51% of them say and 49% says no. 45.07% of the female and 56.72% of the male say yes.
  38. 38. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q20 Do you think NGV and LPG cars should be allowed to park under the building or not? Yes No NGV and LPG Male Female Yes No 67% of respondents allow NGV and LPG to park Male have about 4% higher than female out of the respondent who say yes.
  39. 39. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Restriction for NGV and LPG Yes No Q21If NGV and LPG cars are allowed to park in the new parking building, should there be any restriction? Male Female Yes No From the one who say YES in Q 20, 76% of them says there should be a restriction. Female tend to have higher concerns on NGV and LPG restriction as 80.28% of female say yes, where as male is 71.64%
  40. 40. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q22 Should MUIC allow 24 hours parking? Yes No Male Female Yes No 78% of RD have the opinion toward allowance of 24 hour parking For the one who say yes, female tend to have more desire on 24 hour parking than male.
  41. 41. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q23 from Q22. If there is a time restriction what is the appropriate time? AM- PM AM- PM AM- AM Other Female Male According to the chart, the most preferable time that male would like MUIC new parking space to open is 6 am. – 12 am. While female would like MUIC new parking space to open at 6 am. – 10 pm.
  42. 42. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Q24 What kind of services would you prefer in the new parking building? Male Male Female Least Important Less Important Neutral Important Most important Car Care T2B (Male) = 29.85% B2B (Male) = 41.79% Average (Male) = 3.19 T2B (Female) = 36.62% B2B (Female) = 35.21% Average (Female) = 3
  43. 43. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation Male Female Male Female Least Important Less Important Neutral Important Valet Parking T2B (Male) = 41.79% B2B (Male) = 40.3% Average (Male) = 2.75 T2B (Female) = 36.62% B2B (Female) = 25.35% Average (Female) = 3.19
  44. 44. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Express parking T2B (Male) = 67.17% B2B (Male) = 8.79% Average (Male) = 3.73 T2B (Female) = 63.38% B2B (Female) = 17.24% Average (Female) = 3.76 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  45. 45. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Counting Car System T2B (Male) = 64.18% B2B (Male) = 14.93% Average (Male) = 3.75 T2B (Female) = 57.75% B2B (Female) = 14.09% Average (Female) = 3.70 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  46. 46. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Most important Free Space Light Indicator T2B (Male) = 41.8% B2B (Male) = 26.87% Average (Male) = 3.24 T2B (Female) = 61.97% B2B (Female) = 22.54% Average (Female) = 3.28 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  47. 47. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Automatic Door System T2B (Male) = 41.8% B2B (Male) = 26.87% Average (Male) = 3.24 T2B (Female) = 61.97% B2B (Female) = 22.54% Average (Female) = 3.28 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  48. 48. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Easy Pass System T2B (Male) = 41.79% B2B (Male) = 20.9% Average (Male) = 3.36 T2B (Female) = 49.29% B2B (Female) = 18.31% Average (Female) = 3.39 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  49. 49. Male Female Male Female Least important less important Neutral Important Securities T2B (Male) = 94.03% B2B (Male) = 2.98% Average (Male) = 4.51 T2B (Female) = 84.51% B2B (Female) = 2.82% Average (Female) = 4.42 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  50. 50. Objective 3 : Willingness to Pay Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  51. 51. • Q25 Have you been absent to class because there were no parking spaces? Male Female No Yes Yes No 73% of all RD state that they have been absent from class because of no parking space 70.42% female and 76.12% of male RD telling that they have been absent from class because of no parking space Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  52. 52. • Q26 How would you rate the university car parking environment? Male Female Male Female Very Bad Bad Neutral Good Very Good T2B (Male) = 19.41% T2B (Female) = 9.86% B2B (Male) = 79.71% B2B (Female) = 64.60% Average (Male) = 1.64 Average (Female) = 2.11 Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  53. 53. Q27 Which types of transportation services provided at the parking space give you the most satisfaction? • Rank 1 Female Male White Bicycle Tram Golf Cart In general both male and female prefer golf cart over the other types of transportation, which the total is 88.41% Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  54. 54. • Q28 What type of payment would you like to pay for your parking fee? Female Male Every types Trimester-base Daily-base Hour-base 44.78% of Male RD and 47.89% of female RD preferred to pay in trimester-base. Both male and female least prefer to pay parking fee by hour-base Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  55. 55. Q29 If on an hourly-based, how much are you willing to pay if the parking space is guarantee? Female Male - - - - Both male and female suggested that the price range of hourly-base should be 0 – 20 Baht Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  56. 56. From Q29 the bar 0-20 of male and female contain the following price Total ( - From the pie chart, the most satisfaction price that both male and female preferred to pay is 10 Baht per hour with the percentages of 49% Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  57. 57. Q30 If on a daily-based, how much are you willing to pay if the parking space is guarantee? Male Femal e - - - Both male and female suggested that the price range of daily-base should be 0 – 50 Baht Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  58. 58. Q30 If on a daily-based, how much are you willing to pay if the parking space is guarantee? Total ( - From the pie chart, the most satisfaction price that both male and female are satisfied to pay is 50 Baht per hour with the percentages of 37% Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  59. 59. Q31 If on a trimester-based, how much are you willing to pay if the parking space is guarantee? Female Male and above - - - Both male and female suggested that the price range should be 0 – 3,000 Baht Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  60. 60. Q31 If on a trimester-based, how much are you willing to pay if the parking space is guarantee? Total ( - From the pie chart, the most satisfaction price that both male and female satisfied to pay is 500 Baht per trimester with the percentages of 25% And 24% for 1,000 Baht per trimester Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  61. 61. • Q32 Which type of payment do you prefer to use? You can choose more than one method. Female Male Other ATM Top-up Card Cash Oasis Both male and female choose Oasis system to be the most preferred payment types followed by Cash, Top-up Card, ATM, and other respectively. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  62. 62. D1 Gender Male Female In our research, most of the RD are Female with the ratio of 51% and male are slightly lesser, which are 49% of all RD. Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  63. 63. D3 What year are you in? Female Male Of all the research, male RD tends to came from the fifth year the most with the percentages of 43.28% While, female RD tends to came from fourth year the most with the percentages of 53.52% Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  64. 64. D4 What major are you in? Social Science Food Science Bio Medical SS EM Apply Math Business… THM Finance Marketing IB Male Female The majority of male RD is International Business major (IB) The majority of female RD is Marketing major Main Findings Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE • Screening Questions • Main Questions • Demographic Questions Introduction Methodology & Limitation Recommendation
  65. 65. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Objective1: To observe the usage and attitude on the current parking space. • Many students have to pay to travel from the parking to the building • Students tend to risk the damage to park in the unsafely area that are close to the building
  66. 66. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Not enough space Too far from building Spend long time waiting for golf cart Not enough security Average of problem students found in the current parking space Total • The problem of having not enough space is the most irritated issue • The students are not quite worry about the security system in the current parking space
  67. 67. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Objective2: To understand the new parking space deciding factors ands services preferred by users • Attitudes in new parking space  Most students want a new parking space due to the inconvenience current parking  Some think that the new parking space would create unfairness in term of wealth among the students
  68. 68. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Objective2: To understand the new parking space deciding factors ands services preferred by users • Deciding factors  Students want the university to responsible for at least half of the damage to their vehicles
  69. 69. Average of service preferred in new parking Total Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation All of these services have the average above 2.5, meaning they are all considered demanded by the MUIC students
  70. 70. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Objective3: Knowing the willingness to pay of students in order to charge the fee effectively • Most students prefer to pay by trimester base • The statistic shows that the price they are willing to pay is around 500-1000 Baht through OASIS method of payment
  71. 71. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation During this time when the new parking space is under construction, there should be improve on the current parking space: • MUIC should encourage students to use the WHITE BICYCLE • MUIC should provide a time table for golf cart where student can notice For example, during the peak hour, the golf cart should run more frequent
  72. 72. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation During this time when the new parking space is under construction, there should be improve on the current parking space: • MUIC should provide service buses to pick up students from their dormitory to avoid students drive to the campus • MUIC should prohibit parking in front of the university
  73. 73. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Recommendation for the new parking space: • MUIC should responsible for the damage of the student’s vehicle • Select the top 3 services that students prefer the most, which are Counting car system Express parking Security system
  74. 74. Summary & Conclusions Appendixes PARKING SPACE Introduction Methodology & Limitation Main Findings Recommendation Recommendation for the new parking space: Even though the statistic shows that most people choose to pay in trimester base through OASIS, BUT in reality this would not work! Daily base is the second choice that students prefer Willingness to pay of daily base = 50 Baht

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