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Description: Cities are currently struggling with how to regulate new micromobility modes, including e-scooters and dockless bikeshare. Cities are particularly concerned about micromobility parking regulations, which have implications for both traveler safety and mobility. We ask two research questions: 1. How often and for how long are scooters, bicycles, and motor vehicles improperly parked? 2. What are the approximate impacts of improper parking on other travelers, in terms of frequency, duration, and characteristics? In addition to answering the current and pressing need to understand parking on city sidewalks and streets, this project has the potential to influence long-range planning as cities adapt parking for a new era of urban transportation.


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