EU car parking market by Qpark 2014

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Approximately 440 million parking spaces, split between the functions residential, work, shopping, airports, railway, hospitals and leisure.

The parking market can be consolidated by five headline types;

Residential & work private property: 155 million parking spaces
Intended for private use only. In cases where unintended occupation could reduce available capacity below demand, accessibility is by permission only (i.e. permits or barriers).

On-street public space: 130 million parking spaces
Used by various visitor categories over time. In case of conflicts between prioritised categories (i.e. residents) and non-prioritised visitors, usage can be regulated (i.e. permits and Pay & Display). In most countries prerogative for public authorities (as is tracing of number plate owners). In some countries on-street enforcement can be outsourced to private operators.

Open-air public space: 115 million parking spaces
Used by various visitor categories over time. In case of conflicts between prioritised categories (i.e. residents) and non-prioritised visitors, usage can be regulated (i.e. permits, Pay & Display, or barriers). Operations can be done by private operators or by public authorities.

Floors of shops and offices: 30 million parking spaces
Usually intended for related use only (shop visitors, office workers & visitors). In cases where unintended occupation could reduce available capacity for intended users, accessibility can be regulated (i.e. permits, Pay & Display, or limited time use).Operations can be outsourced to private operators.

Purpose built car parks: 10 million parking spaces
Usually intended for paid public parking (i.e. Pay & Display, or barriers). Operations by public authorities or private operators.

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