Parking Issue, How Deep Rooted Is It?


It is believed that the United States has nearly 2 billion parking spaces. Parking spaces are asphalt deserts, which people do not like to distribute only for public convenience. There are eight parking spaces in the country. For example, Houston has a parking space of about 30 people in some of the American cities; the parking area covers more space. To roughly approximate the 500 million occupancy spaces, close to 3590 square miles, this means that the area is larger than Rhode Island and Delaware. If it is 2 billion as the right number, it's surely four times from Vermont and Connecticut.

What to do?

Beginners must take these batches seriously. Town planners and many architects fail to look at the design of the car parks. It is important to look at lots of public spaces, as this is a very important part of infrastructure such as sidewalks and streets. Places are changing and developing based on activities, and even the best architecture is not permanent. The fact can not be denied that many teenage parties, street hockey games, farmers' markets and church services are already taking many places. It is high time to recognize the need and to promote diversity. Nowadays many have adapted themselves by organizing seminars and events.

The city and suburban slots are different and there is no way to control the purchase of cars. Thus, the only way out is to stop cars and consider public transport. It is best to start than to simply expect others to make room for parking. Vehicle reliance has become a practice, as it is often noted that public transport systems are terrifying. However, the truth also remains that cars will not go too soon, especially in the suburbs or cities like Los Angeles, and again the parking problem hangs on your neck.

The reason

Big cities like New York have to give up the zoning codes and consider creating parking places in a housing unit ratio. This may be per square meter of retail space. The minimum rules for parking spaces are resolved in increasing the cost of housing for residents and builders, environmental damage and diverted money, resulting in the addition of parking spaces. In fact, it is now established that in some places there are large empty garages and because they are well-occupied, there are parking spaces built in hundreds to facilitate the tenants. On the other hand, even the garages near the Yankee Stadium, built against the objections of the Bronx neighbors, terrified by the loss of parking spaces to create more parking spaces, do not turn up to 60%, especially in the hottest days. Thus, urban builders lost a fortune and the urban public space.

The parking problem is increasing and it is now right people who buy or rent new homes to pay extra if they want to have a parking space for their car. It is precisely the municipalities that can limit the maximum lot or the ratio of the spaces to the offices and the dwellings.