• Convey essential elements of strong parking policies and how they support better integrated neighborhoods
• Show how parking policies in specific cities are helping to transform the places where they are applied; and
• Design a sketch conceptual parking management plan that can be applied to manage competing demands for street space and land use
Policy-makers, executive decision-makers, public and private sector thought leaders, including civil society, involved in the planning, implementation and monitoring of urban mobility policies.
The course is comprised of a 1.5 day workshop, which includes a site visit to a best practice project. It can be conducted in various cities and adapted to local conditions.
This training will increase the capacities of participants to strengthen their city’s on-street parking management policies and practices in order to improve access to city neighborhoods and destinations.
• Presentation of parking concepts by ITDP experts and partners
• Spotlight on best practices where success was achieved and where lessons learnt can be extracted
• Site visit to an area in the city with a “parking program”
• Diagnosis of parking problem and sketch conceptual plan at either neighbourhood or city level or the implementation of solutions
• Final work on sketch conceptual plan and presentations"