Modeling Response to Parking Policy

@article{Shiftan2000ModelingRT,
  title={Modeling Response to Parking Policy},
  author={Yoram Shiftan and Rachel Burd-Eden},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={2000},
  volume={1765},
  pages={27 - 34}
}
Parking policy is one of the most powerful means urban planners and policy makers can use to manage travel demand and traffic in city centers. Since urban access is considered crucial to the economic success of a downtown area, certain constituencies, such as business and retail, have historically been opposed to any parking-restriction policies. To address these concerns and create appropriate parking policies, it is important to understand how visitors to the city center are likely to respond… 

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