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Old Posted Nov 15, 2019, 5:35 PM
Wolf13 Wolf13 is offline
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Well, a lot of LEED requirments are essentially lip service without actually meeting any targets.

Any parkade of such small size feeding such a large project is going to be full all the time (and it was a cheap price for parking).

So if it's going to be full, why make everyone do laps looking for a free stall, wasting gas and emissions when they can just go to their stall? vacant stall?

All cars will be entering and exiting from the same places, so ultimately you cover the same cumulative distance to fill all stalls.

It's nonsense.
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