Posts in Case Studies
Put a Lid On It! One Parking Development Option in a time of Parking Demand Uncertainty

This presentation provides a case study of WSU's evaluation of one-level parking structures over existing surface parking lots as an alternative to a large stand-alone parking garage. Potential benefits include: less costly structures, a better parking resource distribution, minimal loss of existing parking resources and finally this more incremental approach to adding parking supply reduces the risk of overbuilding parking in a time where the future of parking demand is uncertain.

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Exploring Transportation Demand Management in Boise White Water

This session includes an overview of how Commuteride, a 40+ year old program, is adapting to emerging technologies and changing socioeconomic factors through innovative partnerships, a vanpool program that costs taxpayers $0 to operate, and an outreach/education program that has employers throughout the Treasure Valley excited about smart commute options.

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