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Trip and Parking Generation


Call for Data—Trip Generation

ITE continues to collect data for upcoming editions of its widely used publication, Trip Generation Manual . To produce this valuable reference, ITE relies on the voluntary submittal of data from the transportation community. We need your help to continue to improve the value of this resource. Presently, the following land uses are of particular interest: adult daycare; age-targeted residential development; senior center; convenience market with gasoline pumps; copy, print and express ship store; arena; bed and linen superstore; casino; college dormitory; convention center; drive-in bank; hair salon; department store; high-cube warehouse; warehousing; mini-warehouse; home improvement superstore; museum; outdoor sport field; self-storage facility; senior adult housing/assisted living/congregate care facility; sporting goods superstore; free-standing discount store/superstore; mosque; timeshare; water slide park; winery; and stand-alone specialty food (coffee shop, bagel shop, donut and sandwich shop, etc.).

Please submit data on the Data Collection Form found on the ITE Web site or Volume 1 of Trip Generation, 9th Edition. To ensure data are considered for inclusion in a future edition of Trip Generation, please submit data to Lisa Fontana Tierney, ITE, 1627 I ("Eye") Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20006 USA; fax to +1 202-785-0609 or lfontana@ite.org.

Call for Data—Trip Generation Handbook, 3rd Edition

ITE is in the process of updating Recommended Practice, Trip Generation Handbook. The new edition will be the 3rd edition of the handbook. We encourage submittal of data/information and research related to the following topics: pass-by trips; primary and diverted linked trips; truck trip generation; multi-use development trip generation; internal capture estimation for mixed-use developments; effects of transportation demand management (TDM) on trip generation; transit-oriented development (TOD) trip generation; traditional neighborhood development trip generation; multivariate site trip generation; non-motorized trip generation; and infill development trip generation.

To ensure data/material are considered for inclusion in a future edition of Trip Generation Handbook, please submit data/material to Lisa Fontana Tierney, Traffic Engineering Senior Director, ITE, 1627 I ("Eye") Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20006 USA; fax to +1 202-785-0609 or lfontana@ite.org.

Call for Data—For Future Editions of ITE’s Parking Generation

ITE continues to collect data for upcoming editions of its widely used Informational Report, Parking Generation. To produce future editions of this valuable reference, ITE relies on the voluntary submittal of data from the transportation community. We are interested in obtaining data for all land uses. We need your help to continue to improve the value of this resource. Presently, the following land uses are of particular interest: mini-warehouse, high-cube warehouse, senior adult housing, assisted living, congregate care facility, timeshare, convention center, arena, casino/video lottery establishment, outdoor athletic field, mosque, small office building, free-standing discount store/superstore (with and without garden center), sporting goods superstore, home improvement superstore, bed and linen superstore, department store, drive-in bank, hair salon, copy, print and express ship store, coffee/donut shop and bread/donut/bagel shop.

Instructions for data collection and data collection forms can be found here and also in appendix C of Parking Generation,4th edition. Data for this publication are being collected continually. Please submit data to Lisa Fontana Tierney, Traffic Engineering Senior Director, ITE, 1627 Eye Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20006 USA; fax to +1 202-785-0609 or email lfontana@ite.org.


Institute of Transportation Engineers
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Telephone: +1 202-785-0060 | Fax: +1 202-785-0609
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