On a typical weekday, a little under two-thirds of Lancaster’s downtown off-street parking is occupied, according to Michael Connor of consulting firm Kimley-Horn. That, he said, is the “baseline condition” his team found when it counted cars in October as part of its parking study. But add in the demand from development projects that are coming online and from big events at the Lancaster County Convention Center, and the city’s inventory of parking begins to look much tighter. Read more.
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Posted on April 1, 2019