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Lower Pacific Avenue Parking Study

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The purpose of Lower Pacific Avenue Parking Study is to better understand land use and parking-related issues, develop specific and innovative recommendations, and help design a parking management program that enables the City to help develop parking solutions in phases as the Lower Pacific Avenue area develops in the short- (0–7 years), mid- (7-15 years), and long- (year 15 and beyond) term timeframe. This study provides a review of existing parking supply, analysis of current shoulder season, summer season, and weekday and weekend parking demands, which represent baseline conditions for the study area. Also taken into consideration as part of the analysis are potential impacts of land use on parking needs, stakeholder outreach, and innovative tools for measuring parking demand, resulting in strategies for developing recommendations and improvements to the Lower Pacific Avenue area.

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