Impact Analysis of Parking on Traffic Congestion in Yeshwanthpur Central Business Area of Bangalore City: A Review


Authors : Yashaswini K.G; Nikhil T.R

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 1 - January

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7634393

India's population is rapidly increasing every year. With the fast expansion of metro cities throughout the world, the rate of parking generation continues to rise at an astonishing speed, causing serious parking issues in most metropolitan regions. Even though a shortage of parkingis not the main cause of traffic congestion, it is a significant one. Drivers seeking free or low-cost on-street parking may choose to avoid off-street parking in order to save money and add to traffic congestion. Off-street parking that is too far away from shopping or retail establishments may induce cars to circle in search of more convenient parking. Congestion and parking are also linked since searching for a parking spot contributes to delays and prevents local circulation. One of the most serious challenges that urban planners and traffic engineers confront is parking, must be solved before any measures to improve the situation can be devised, basic information on the availability of parking spots, the extent of their use, and parking demand is required. Basic statistics on the availability of parking spots, the extent to which they are used, and parking demand are required before any steps to improve the situation can be established. Multi-level parkingsystems have long been a source of relief because they provide a variety of advantages, including better space utilization, lower maintenance and operational costs, lower construction costs, a secure and environmentally friendly nature, driver comfort, and cost savings for builders by reducing height or depth. They provide benefits such as safety, space, time, and fuel savings, but they also necessitate a more thorough and in-depth review of the parking requirements, available space, and traffic flow.

Keywords : Metro cities, Central Business Area, Parking, Traffic Congestion, Parking Demand, Multi –Level Parking,

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