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Work starts on multi-level parking lot
    2018-04-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CONSTRUCTION of a fully automatic, multi-level parking facility funded by the city government kicked off Friday at Tongfuyu Industrial Zone in Shiyan Subdistrict, Bao’an District.


The facility will offer 180 parking spaces, including 60 spaces that provide an electric vehicle charging service.


Shenzhen was one of the cities chosen by the National Development and Reform Commission to pilot car park construction in March last year. In 2017, the city gave priority to the construction of multi-level, mechanical parking facilities. The parking facility in the industrial park is said to be the first fully automatic, mechanical and chargeable car parking facility in China.


The steel-structured facility will be built by Shenzhen Jianfa Intelligent Parking Co. Ltd. Drivers can retrieve their cars within 80 seconds.


One advantage of the multi-level parking facilities is that they save land. This facility can offer 180 parking spaces on land that normally accommodates 50 cars.


As the parking facility is Internet-based, drivers can check on their cars, make reservations and pay their parking fees on the app. It will be the first parking facility that is accessible via the city’s intelligent parking icloud platform.


The city unveiled a draft earlier last month offering subsidies to encourage private investment in the construction of multi-level, mechanical parking facilities in a move to save land and solve parking difficulties.


According to the draft, the government won’t charge land users additional fees if they build such multi-level parking facilities that do not increase the approved construction space.


With the increasing number of vehicles, the city is facing worsening parking difficulties, especially in old housing estates.


By the end of 2016, the number of vehicles registered in the city had reached 3.18 million, while the number of parking spaces available stood at 1 million.


The transport commission will expedite the construction of 20 mechanical parking facilities before the end of the year.


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