Cars are parked 95% of the time

citymaus:

“Most people in transportation focus on the five percent of the time that cars are moving. But the average car is parked 95 percent of the time. I think there’s a lot to learn from that 95 percent.” Donald Shoup when asked why he studies parking.

(via urban-words)

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    interesting observation that’s often overlooked. what are some of the potential uses of parked cars? could parked...
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    Reasons I love policy: While doing a project about parking for school I got a lot of sympathy about having to learn...
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    … and therefore, why not collaboratively consume car usage?
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