Over the last year, our research showed that parking is a critical issue in three of the key areas where we’re focusing. This led us to explore Parking Improvement Districts (PIDs) more extensively, something we are continuing further into 2011. Included below, find links to a few related resources and research on PIDs, as well as the effect of parking and parking disturbances in an area.
Parking Improvement Districts for Chicago
An innovative proposal to manage the local parking inventory, generate revenue, and finance community improvements
Chicago PID (pdf)
Who is Buffalo Civic Auto Ramps, Inc.?
A nonprofit entity, independent of the City of Buffalo, formed to manage downtown Buffalo parking facilities.
Parking Nonprofits (doc)
Request For Quotes:
Legal Services to Create an Organizational Structure to Manage a Parking Improvement District
Massachusetts Parking Report
Parking troubles on University
As light-rail work shrinks parking on University Avenue, businesses say they must adapt or die.
Parking_PP 032311 (doc)