|Land Use||Number of Parking Spaces Required|
|Churches, auditoriums, theaters, other places of public assembly|
|With fixed seats||1 per 4 fixed seats|
|Without fixed seats||1 per 30 sq. ft. of auditorium floor|
|Libraries and museums||1 per 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area, 1 per 2 employees|
How far apart should parking spaces be?
In North America, the standard parking space dimensions range between 8.5 to 9 feet wide by 18 feet long. Parking lot aisles will have a space between rows ranging between 14 to 24 feet, depending on whether they’re a one-way or a two-way aisle.
How do you calculate number of parking spaces?
You calculate it by dividing the building’s number of spaces by its total square footage in thousands of feet. For instance, take a 40,000 square foot building with a 200 space parking lot. Divide 200 (spaces) by 40 (thousand square feet) to find a parking ratio of 5 spaces per 1,000 square feet of space.
How many parking spaces should a 4 bedroom house have?
Dwellings with 4 or more bedrooms 3 spaces. Dwellings with 3 or less bedrooms 2 spaces. Local Authority & Housing Association developments, flats, with 2 bedrooms or less, with communal parking 3 spaces per 2 dwellings.
What is the car parking size?
As per CMDA regulations, the minimum size of a car parking space is 2.5 m (8’2”) wide and 5 m (16’4”) long.
How do you maximize parking spaces?
To further optimize space in the parking areas, consider creating a lot that is rectangular rather than an irregular shape. Another standard recommendation is to make the long sides of the parking lot parallel to each other, with parking spaces located along the perimeter of the lot.