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Inhabited Vehicles - 1 CAPP Point
The nomadic lifestyle represented by inhabited vehicles has grown exponentially over the last decade—by some estimates, over 300% in the last 3 years. These vehicle inhabitants by choice are adding to the existing population of those inhabiting vehicles due to housing challenges, also growing in number as living costs rise during the economic downturn. Inhabited vehicles parked on-street reduce turnover of parking supply, create environmental issues, and contribute to congestion and unsafe travel conditions. This webinar presents regulations and programming in use throughout the Mountain Region and West Cost intended to mitigate the impacts of these vehicles on the parking system, including a discussion of several successful partnerships and their challenges and outcomes.

Learning Objectives:
1. Identify the typical impacts common types of vehicle inhabitants have on on-street parking.
2. Explore examples of current regulations and programming in use.
3. Learn about steps to effectively address the challenges related to parking inhabited vehicles on-street.

Apr 21, 2021 10:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Christina Jones
Parking and Transportation Analyst @Walker Consultants
Christina Jones, CAPP is a parking and transportation analyst with Walker Consultants. She has long been driven by a desire for meaningful work, whether through her volunteer work promoting STEM skill development among young women and at-risk populations, involvement with IPMI, PIPTA, and SWPTA, or providing parking planning services to support right-sized solutions and strategies for municipal, higher education and private clients throughout the country. Christina earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree from Mount Mercy College and the University of Dubuque, respectively. In her free time Christina enjoys spending time exploring the Front Range with her dog, Kinnick.