The growing global population and the trend of migration into urban centres puts new challenges before cities, and one of the most important is certainly the organization and planning of traffic and parking. The number of parking spaces is limited, especially in urban centres, and the inflow of vehicles into city centres is increasing.
The use of parking solutions can significantly reduce the required parking space compared to traditional parking lots, with eight times the capacity for parked cars.
The advantages of parking systems constructed as stand-alone structures are their modularity (the possibility of adding new blocks) and the possibility of relocation to a more frequent location. Installing these systems frees up space previously used for parking and opens the possibility of transforming these areas to green areas, parks, playgrounds or for other purposes. Furthermore, especially in city canters, the space of one traffic lane (usually reserved for longitudinal parking) can be freed up and converted to a cycling or pedestrian lane.