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How to build scooter parking to meet demand and achieve compliance

Friday, April 5 at 7:00am to 8:00am

Virtual Event

Parked shared micromobility vehicles can at times obstruct sidewalks, storefronts, and pedestrian ramps. Designated micromobility parking spaces, such as corrals, are a promising strategy to address these concerns. But important planning questions remain: How much parking is needed, and how can a city navigate the many challenges to installing a dense network of parking spaces?

University of Oregon Professor Anne Brown will present the results of a new report that addresses the question of how much parking is needed to meet demand and improve compliance. Drawing on data provided by Lime from a dozen cities in the US and Europe, the study provides three key planning and policy recommendations for cities to consider as they work to make scooters a part of the overall transportation system.

Following Dr. Brown’s presentation, Greg Matlesky from the Washington DC Department of Transportation and Pedro Homem de Gouveia from the POLIS Network will share their practical experiences in the US and Europe about how cities can enact the study recommendations to build dense scooter and bike parking supply.

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