Parking Expansion DTF
Elements of possible parking management plans - DRAFT
|Gates||Gates on the way in
Gates on the way out
|Ease of enforcement
May facilitate tiered fees
Cost of enforcement
Initial costs and upkeep
Adaptability for events
|Parking Booth||The current booth.
Or, it could be located elsewhere.
Source of information.
Cash watched by a person.
Safety (risk of robbery).
Cost of upgrades.
|Tiered parking||Pay more to park close
||Choices available to suit individual needs.
|Designated Parking||Provide separate lots for permit holders, daily pass holders, car pools, etc.||Simplifies enforcement.||Inconvenient for some users.
Problems if one lot fills up.
|Parking meters||Up close meters for visitors
Short-term parking meters
|Facilitates events (Longhouse)
People not parking in B/C don't have to go out of their way to the booth.
Ease of transacting quick business.
Some spots off-line
|Mandatory fees & open lots||All staff, faculty & students would pay. The lots would be open to all.||Very low cost of operation.
Fees could be very low.
|Not CTR friendly
Loss of jobs
Need a lot of parking.
|"Pay & Display" ticket spitter||SPSCC uses this system.
F-Lot will soon have this.
|People not parking in B/C don't have to go out of their way to the booth.
Reduce labor cost.
|Initial costs and upkeep
What happens to the booth?