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Maximum Parking Regulations for Minnetonka.

Johnston, Brad, Mark Kelley and Jonathan Winge

Produced by students in GEOG 5564: Urban GIS (Instructor Jeff Matson, Geography) as part of the 2012-2013 Resilient Communities Project partnership with the City of Minnetonka. 

This research paper will provide information and data about parking regulations in the City of Minnetonka. Brad Johnston, Mark Kelley, and Jonathan Winge have conducted the following research and data throughout this paper. Parking regulations are created through the process of incorporating multiple factors like building size and building type. The square footage of a distinct building type determines the amount of parking spaces that should be provided. Our group will be working with the City of Minnetonka to provide data that will encourage Minnetonka to change the minimum parking regulations into maximum parking regulations. This paper will provide data about the parking provided in the Minnetonka Opus business campus. This research paper will begin by describing the organization we have worked with and the project requirements they have asked our group to complete. Our research and maps created will provide the current parking availabilities, lots that are over and under parked, and maps that provide different scenarios, such as if the minimum regulation were turned to maximum regulation.

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Minneapolis: Resilient Communities Project.
This project was supported by the Resilient Communities Project (RCP), a program at the University of Minnesota that convenes the wide-ranging expertise of U of M faculty and students to address strategic local projects that advance community resilience and sustainability. RCP is supported by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) and the Institute on the Environment.
14 pp.
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