Pacific Southwest Region 9 UTC

The Opportunity Cost of Parking Requirements: The Case of Silicon Valley Applied Research Projects

Project Number

UCLA-18-32

Project Summary

The project examines the opportunity costs of minimum parking requirements, to both housing supply and firm productivity, using Silicon Valley as a case study. Specifically, the porject examines how minimum parking requirements: (1) shape the locations and characteristics of new development, (2) distort the location of firms and weaken agglomeration economies, and (3) make driving less expensive.

Project Status

In progress

Year

2014

Topic Area

Infrastructure

P.I. Name & Address

Associate Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
University of California Los Angeles
3250 Public Affairs Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1656
United States
mmanvill@ucla.edu

Funding Source: Caltrans

Funding Amount: $77,257

Start and End Date: Februaru 1, 2019 to January 31, 2020