COMMUTER CHOICE MANAGERS AND PARKING MANAGERS COORDINATION: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYNTHESIS SERIES
operations - coordination, policy - parking
Commuters, Coordination, Parking, Public transit, Shared parking
Shared use park and ride represents a unique approach for addressing parking problems, and can offer substantial savings in land and development costs. One of the fundamental factors that determines the success of this approach is the level of coordination that exists between parking managers and transportation coordinators. This research investigates this coordination through the review of literature and feedback from stakeholder and document current practices, anticipated developments and the level of coordination between park and ride managers and commuter choice managers.
Gabourel, K., & Wambalaba, F. (2002). Commuter choice managers and parking managers coordination: Public Transportation Synthesis Series. Report No NCTR-473-134 prepared by National Center for Transit Research for Florida Department of Transportation.