Trains, Planes and Automobiles

Travel one way or another.
This trend to mix residential, hotels, restaurants, entertainment and office or commercial development with public transport is not new to the international market. In areas such as Asia, Europe, and Canada, transit-oriented development (TOD) neighborhoods and complexes have been a common planning process for over 20 years improving development planning as each year passes from lessons learned. With TODs centered with a transit station or stop, new developments or redevelopment areas in United States are beginning to embrace this concept of combining relatively high-density development with progressively lower-density developments. Parking zoning takes a new and fresh look in these types of planning, as it requires a different and custom approach for each type of development.

LVR International can develop a master plan approach for TOD or airport parking that considers each aspect of the current and future expansion of a development.  We provide overall parking demand analysis, shared scenario calculation for current and future planning. LVR also provides actual parking operations review, feasibility studies, revenue control and enhancement analysis, parking equipment review, and amenities analysis for transit-oriented developments and airports.


Recent Projects

Atlanta Hartsfield Airport ParkingAtlanta Hartsfield Airport
Atlanta, Georgia
As one of the nations top three airports parking facility, this parking complex accommodates and operates daily approximately 25,000 parking spaces.

LVR provided an overall review of the entire parking management operations and effectiveness of the parking equipment. The study included hands-on review of day-to-day processes and practices, traffic flow, shuttle buses, parking equipment, staff analysis and training, reporting system, collection of revenue and auditing.


Tokyo Station ParkingTokyo Station (東京駅 Tōkyō-eki)
Tokyo, Japan

The Tokyo Train Station is one of the busiest in Japan. The main station consists of 10 island platforms serving 20 tracks. This station is highly used and is linked by an extensive system of underground passageways with surrounding commercial building and shopping centers.

LVR provided a feasibility study of an automated parking robotic system. The recommendations included different robotic structures best suited for the train station market, the layout, demand analysis, parking access control systems.


Shreveport Regional Airport ParkingShreveport Regional Airport
Shreveport, Louisiana

This regional airport has been serving Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas since 1952. To date the airport has had about 320,000 passenger boardings. Shreveport Regional Airport was awarded the “2009 Louisiana Airport of the Year.”

LVR provided an overall review of the entire parking management operations and effectiveness of the parking equipment. The study included hands-on review of day-to-day processes and practices, traffic flow, shuttle buses, parking equipment, staff analysis and training, reporting system, collection of revenue and auditing.


Kerry Properties ParkingKerry Properties
Mixed-Use and Transit Oriented Developments

Hong Kong, China, Philippines
As one of the largest property investment and development companies in Hong Kong, Kerry Properties has become the one of the largest diversified conglomerates in Asia.

LVR provided parking layout, demand needs, functional design, traffic flow, and control equipment consulting services for many of their transit-oriented, mixed-use, hotels, residential developments throughout Hong Kong and China, such as this transit-oriented mixed-use complex, the Kerry Centre in Shanghai.