CURBSIDE PARKING TIME LIMITS
and John Rowse
March 26, 2009
This paper investigates the economics of curbside parking time limits. It argues thatcurbside parking time limits provide a way to subsidize short-term parking withoutgenerating cruising for parking. The paper develops the argument in the context of theintegrated model of downtown parking and traffic congestion presented in Arnott andRowse (2009), extended to incorporate heterogeneity in value of time and parkingduration.
parking, curbside parking, time limits, parking garages, parking policy
R41, L91, H71, H21, D62* We would like to thank Eren Inci and seminar participants at the University of California, Irvine and the University of California, Riverside for helpful comments, andYundong Tu and James Yang for research assistance.+ Corresponding author. Department of Economics, University of California, Riverside,CA email@example.com.++ Department of Economics, University of Calgary, Calgary AB, Canada T2N 1N4.firstname.lastname@example.org.