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Parking Areas for human comfort

Measuring parking areas is an extreme attempt on our part to safeguard their very existence: mapping them as a way of announcing their presence and perhaps even helping the circumstances to preserve their current condition locally.

In the event that urban green areas have to be sacrificed in terms of their overall number, it should (at least in part) be in the name of making life more comfortable for citizens and commuters, i.e. parking lots in developed green areas or parking spaces in strategically chosen locations in order to facilitate pedestrians’ movement around cities.

mapping them as a way of announcing their presence and perhaps even helping the circumstances to preserve their current condition locally.​

In the event that urban green areas have to be sacrificed in terms of their overall number, it should (at least in part) be in the name of making life more comfortable for citizens and commuters, i.e. parking lots in developed green areas or parking spaces in strategically chosen locations in order to facilitate pedestrians’ movement around cities.

Let’s keep cities easier to walk around

There are more than one hundred thousand parking lots for public use around Italy. According to certain prestigious studies, the presence of said parking areas - from the biggest and most functional multi-storey parking garages (surveyed with laser scanning techniques and released as a floor by floor shapefile indicating every single car place, stairs, elevators and more), all the way to the smallest and sometimes under-used open lots for cars and motorbikes; doesn’t always seem to be common knowledge among people, due to an information gap that has yet to be filled. StudioSit is currently managing on the ground mapping drives whose focus is to satisfy this exact need, specifically pertaining to the public’s ever-growing use of digital devices.

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