This training presents the fundamentals of the planning and design of parking facilities. This course will introduce participants to parking users, parking facilities, and common parking terminology. The characteristics of parking users are presented in detail, followed by a discussion on the different types and classifications of parking and parking facilities. A review of parking configurations and the geometry of parking are then presented. The factors that are considered in developing efficient parking layouts are discussed in detail. This course concludes with a discussion on factors relating to parking accommodations and accessible parking spaces for users whose needs are met by regulations outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. This course will enable practitioners to gain a better understanding of the analysis and design of parking facilities. Examples and practical cases are included throughout this course.
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Kwabena Ofosu currently serves as Community Development Engineer in Titusville, Florida. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Division of Engineering, Computer Programming and Technology, Valencia College in Orlando, Florida, where he teaches undergraduate courses in Statistics and Probability for Engineers, Engineering Mechanics, and computer applications for engineers. He earned his Bachelor’s degree with Honors in Civil Engineering from the University of Science and Technology, in Ghana. He earned his Master’s degree and PhD, both in Civil Engineering from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. His research areas include bridge engineering, transportation asset management, and artificial intelligence.
It was observed that one slide used the apostrophe to denote foot when it s…
By Derek G. (Engineer) on December 2, 2021
It was observed that one slide used the apostrophe to denote foot when it should have used a quotation mark to denote inches instead as was declared in the lecture.