5 minutes Date Enacted: Mar 1, 2009
The City of Toronto recongizes the value of car sharing as part of a transporation demand management strategy that can reduce the need to own a vehicle and thus mitigate the associated negative impacts of automobile travel, as well as reduce parking demand. This study builds on the Phase Two parking standards revview of multi-unit residential developments. It involves examining the impact of car sharing on car ownership rates and parking requirements in multi-unit residential developments that provide reserved parking for car share vehicles.
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