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停车要求在亚洲城市的解决方案吗?

[更新:寻找更多停车政策信息吗?  Try Reinventing Parking. ] I left a comment at PT's Parking Blog in response to this John Van Horn item and its first comment . My comment ended up quite long. I think it is worth cross-posting here. I have been looking into parking policy around Asia. A report on it should be out next month (with luck). It is true that Mumbai and Delhi have parking chaos and are now trying to follow the conventional suburban parking policy approach of minimum parking requirements with buildings. Dhaka, with car ownership below 50 per 1000 people, is doing the same. In a situation like that, is it really a good idea to force building managers and all of their customers to subsidize the parking of the tiny elite? So far, it is not working very well (see http://reinventingtransport.blogspot.com/2010/04/parking-dramas-in-south-asian-cities.html ). Off-street parking does not magically suck cars off the streets if the streets are easy and

在南亚城市停车场戏剧

[更新:寻找更多停车政策信息吗? 尝试重塑停车。在达卡智能河办公区的街边停车场(和双停车场)。显然,右边的汽车整天都在那里。正如我去年提到的,我一直在调查14个亚洲城市的停车政策。该报告,由亚洲开发银行(亚行)委托,应在一个月或两个月内出来。在接下来的几周内,我想分享一些亮点。是的,亮点。大学教师'笑!即使我很惊讶,停车周围有多少戏剧。地下室在达卡在达卡的商业街道分开了'car parking'(但是有楼梯不是坡道,这个空间显然是在被拆除的拆除之前用于商店,大概是在执法行动中。)在亚洲部分地区的新机动城市面临着一些惊人的困境。例如,在南亚,很常见的是找到这样的东西:商业街用机动车辆堵塞。许多