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Effectiveness of Parking Guidance and Information Systems: Recent Evidence from Nottingham and Frankfurt am Main

Boltze, Manfred and Axhausen, Kay W. and Polak, John W. (1993):
Effectiveness of Parking Guidance and Information Systems: Recent Evidence from Nottingham and Frankfurt am Main.
In: Compendium of Technical Papers, Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, 19. bis 22. September 1993, Den Haag, pp. 109-113, [Online-Edition: http://www.verkehr.tu-darmstadt.de/media/verkehr/fgvv/prof_b...],
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Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 1993
Creators: Boltze, Manfred and Axhausen, Kay W. and Polak, John W.
Title: Effectiveness of Parking Guidance and Information Systems: Recent Evidence from Nottingham and Frankfurt am Main
Language: English
Title of Book: Compendium of Technical Papers, Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, 19. bis 22. September 1993
Place of Publication: Den Haag
Divisions: 13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences
13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences > Institutes of Transportation
13 Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Sciences > Institutes of Transportation > Institute for Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering
Date Deposited: 29 Apr 2017 14:21
Official URL: http://www.verkehr.tu-darmstadt.de/media/verkehr/fgvv/prof_b...
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Recently, excessive amounts of parking search time has been identified as a significant contributor to urban congestion and as an important influence in destination choice, in particular for shopping. Systems designed to provide travelers with improved information on the parking system have the potential to reduce parking congestion by enabling more efficient use of existing capacity. The provision of broadcast information on parking is a logical addition to general traffic announcements. A number of DRIVE II projects have included this task into their work programmes (see Keller, 1993). This paper reports on results from two recent studies conducted in Nottingham and Frankfurt am Main utilizing PGI (Parking Guidance and Information) and VMS (variable message signs).English
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