Friday, February 21, 2014

Multi-city Latin America parking study now in English

Friday, February 21, 2014

Last year, I highlighted a Spanish-language report on parking in Latin America and its launch event in Bogotá.

Now the English-language version is out. Hooray!

The full title is: Practical Guidebook: Parking and Travel Demand Management Policies in Latin America.

You can download via ITDP's website and here is a direct link to the pdf (4MB).

The study was commissioned and coordinated by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and prepared by teams at Despacio of Colombia (Carlosfelipe Pardo, Carlos A. Moreno and Patricia Calderón Peña) and the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy - ITDP (Michael Kodransky, Bernardo Baranda, Xavier Treviño and Andrés Sañudo).

As the title suggests, it is an excellent resource on TDM in the region, as well as on parking policy. It also has numerous clear and compelling infographics (by Claudio Olivares Medina).

The heart of the report is the set of case studies on 12 cities from 5 countries across the region and careful comparisons between them.

The case studies were prepared by the following people and organizations:
Argentina: Clara Rasore, Andrés Fingeret (ITDP Argentina), Gabriel Weitz, Mariel Figueroa (STS Rosario)
Brazil: Danielle Hoppe y Clarisse Linke (ITDP Brazil)
Chile: Claudio Olivares Medina (Despacio)
Colombia: Carlos A. Moreno, Jorge Iván Ballesteros, Dorancy González, Carlosfelipe Pardo y Dilia Lozano (Despacio)
México: Andrés Sañudo y Xavier Treviño (ITDP Mexico).

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2 comments :

  1. Very interesting read. Looks like they've put a lot of effort into it.

    On another topic, there was this article from the LA StreetsBlog about free parking at train stations: http://la.streetsblog.org/2014/03/30/editorial-why-raise-metro-fares-while-giving-away-metro-parking/#.Uzn5hbHpjI0.twitter Could be an interesting topic to cover in the future?

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    1. Thanks Philip. Was just looking at that LA article. Yes, there is certainly much more to say on park-and-ride! In the meantime, see our past items on the issue via http://www.reinventingparking.org/search/label/park-and-ride

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