Dr. Mehdi Nourinejad presents 'On-street Parking Pricing Strategies'
Parking supply and demand are often imbalanced in urban areas, causing adverse consequences such as excessive search times and long walking distances. Many parking authorities manage parking demand using pricing strategies such as fixed daily fees, hourly pricing, time-of-day pricing, progressive pricing, or dynamic pricing.
This presentation discusses the challenges and solutions related to parking pricing, including data availability, occupancy detection, and price-setting.
About the speaker
Dr. Mehdi Nourinejad is an Assistant Professor in the Civil Engineering Department of York University. His research expertise is in managing transportation systems, including parking systems, automated and electric vehicle technologies, micro-mobility services, intelligent transportation systems, and traffic flow theory.
Presented by University of Toronto ITE Student Chapter, UT-ITE. Free. All are welcome.
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