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0° (Parallel)

45°

60°

60°

Standard single loaded parking configurations are

types

parking) angles. 30° layouts are typical, however

0° (Parallel)

45°

Parking Stall Layout: Minimum Dimensions typically arranged at 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°, 0° (parallel

20’-0” 12’-0” 8’-0”

Stall Layouts

30’-1” 11’-0” 19’-1”

1.2

37’-0” 17’-0” 20’-0”

INTROdUCTION fundamentals

100’-0”

not efficient and therefore not shown. 5° increments between 45° and 90° are also possible for non-typical conditions. Refer to Table 1.2.2 for and car types.

Parallel parking conditions are

non-typical conditions, but are shown for compari-

The parking layouts in Figure 1.2.1 describes a minimum dimension situation for five types of parking angles.

75°

One way traffic patterns are

shown. Double loaded parking configurations are possible and more typical than single loaded configurations.

A minimum of 22’-0” is required for

aisle ways where two way traffic is present and SOURCES

75°

23-0”-24’-0” is allows for safe pedestrian circulation in drive aisles.

Figure 1.2.1 Minimum Stall Layout (right)

90°

41’’-0 23’-0” 18’-0”

PLANNING AND DESIGN

son to other angled parking types.

40’-5” 21’-0” 19’-5”

specific dimensions which factor in turnover rates

90°

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