To minimize the environmental harms associated with parking facilities, including automobile dependence, land consumption, and rainwater runoff.
Option 1. No Off-Street Parking
Do not provide off-street parking.
Option 2. Reduce Parking
Do not exceed the minimum local code requirements for parking capacity.
Provide parking capacity that is a 30% reduction below the base ratios recommended by the Parking Consultants Council, as shown in the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Transportation Planning Handbook, 4th edition, Table 11-12.
Option 3. Carshare Provide dedicated parking for carshare vehicles. Provide at least one vehicle parking space for every 100 occupants, rounded up. If the project has fewer than 100 occupants, provide one carshare vehicle parking space.
Existing carshare vehicles located in nearby on- or off-street parking areas do not contribute to credit achievement.
Option 4. Unbundling Parking
Sell parking separately from all property sales or leases.
Implement a daily parking fee at a cost equal to or greater than the daily cost of municipal public transit.
For All Projects
The credit calculations must include all existing and new off-street parking spaces that are leased or owned by the project, including parking that is outside the project boundary but is used by the project. On-street parking in public rights-of-way is excluded from these calculations.
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