A Solution to the Parking Pique
School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles, 1978 - Automobile parking - 16 pages
Employer parking subsidies provided on a per employee basis rather than per car to promote carpools and use of other forms of transportation.
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$25 per month air pollution already carpool Angeles carpool discount carpool formed carpool members carpool parking fee carpools are formed cash cost of adding cost of travel downtown employer employee who drives employees drive employer is ANQp employer-provided parking subsidies empty seat energy consumption existing carpoolers free parking freeway traffic congestion fringe benefit full marginal social gain heavily subsidized mass hour mass transit Increased carpooling Los Angeles loss associated marginal social cost member carpool month for parking month parking subsidies month to park number of subsidized outweigh the loss paid parking cost PARKING PIQUE parking price parking space pays peak hour mass preference scheme preferential carpool parking preferential rate private automobiles reduce the number revenue ridesharing in private scheme induces Shoup single occupant car Slight reductions solution subsidies of $25 subsidized mass transit subsidized parking subsidy to existing three person carpool total number transit operating travel by mass worker