Innovative Methods for Parking Problems at Sardar Sarovar Dam, Kevadia Colony
Efficient parking management at Sardar Sarovar Dam (SSD) is very essential as the number of visitors have evolved over the years to see world’s second largest dam and many more civil marvelous structure situated at kevadia colony. Sufficient parking space is an extensive problem at present and will increase in future years as site is declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. Rapid growth in vehicle population has put tremendous burden to the management. This study is concerned about parking problem at kevadia colony. Present parking system has a number of deficiencies. An attempt has been made to understand the problems, reasons and possible solution for better parking management. Fundamental objective of this study is to identify the problem in existing parking area by collection of parking data and find out parking demand. Then gap between parking supply and demand has been found out finally solution is suggested. The study can help to find innovative solution to the current problem such as increasing vehicle density, capacity of parking area and poor parking facility etc.
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