Whether it’s on the street or in a garage, parking is something that many people do on a regular basis. While people certainly don’t drive for the sole purpose of parking, the act of finding a spot is inevitable. SDOT wants to hear about your experiences.
SDOT manages the on-street parking network – all those pay stations, meters, and related signs. Right now, they’re working on a project that outlines different strategies to make paid parking in downtown and neighborhood business districts more available. The technical term is performance-based parking pricing. Other cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington D.C. are testing out new strategies too.
The survey results will help SDOT get a better sense of business owner needs, understand the customer parking experience and look to improve the parking experience in Seattle.
Take 10-15 minutes and respond to the survey today: