Extensive property expansion will require accommodating the increased volume in traffic. Provide not just parking but parking solutions that would be technologically advanced and environmentally sound.
Ensure to provide the best possible parking experience because patrons expect a premium experience from start to finish. Ultimately speed parking so patrons spend more time in the property’s facilities for increased revenue.
Despite its reputation as a technologically advanced military medical center, this establishment was lacking adequate staff parking. Many staffers would end up parking in designated visitor garages and lots in order to report to work on time. Negatively affecting the availability of parking for patients and putting patient satisfaction and the center’s reputation at risk.
This exclusive 1.8 million square-foot mixed-use property realized the parking structure was critical to the overall experience for their high-end clientele. In order to continue to attract top dollar for commercial space, maximizing revenue and increasing property value, they needed to elevate the parking experience by increasing efficiency of parking and ensuring system is a green solution.
The LA Metro operates the vast public transportation system in the LA County with 87 parking facilities in 54 stations. Attracting Los Angeles drivers is critical to decreasing driving congestion and air pollution, however, with Metro patrons circling lots, sleeping in their cars and driving rather than taking the Metro because of the majority of spots being taken by non-Metro Patrons – Metro needed a solution that would be cost-effective and scalable that would ensure parking was used exclusively by Metro patrons.
Seven hundred highly skilled researchers and scientists are vying for 327 parking spots each day. The nature of their work requires patience and diligence. Yet, because of the parking situation they are frustrated at wasting time trying to find a place to park.
The situation was so bad that there was at least one case in which an employee finally gave up and went home after circling the garage and finding nowhere to park.