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A Study on Resolution of Parking Conflict in  Apartment Complex

A Study on Resolution of Parking Conflict in Apartment Complex

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Author Hanbyul JANG, Jinwook OH, Eunsu JUN Date 2022-03-10
Publisher The Korea Transport Institute Page(s)
Keywords parking outside the parking area, lack of parking space, prioritizes individual parking, parking obstruction, compulsory management

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In a situation where more than half of households nationwide live in apartment complexes, parking outside the parking area, aisle parking, and obstruction of parking by others are occurring due to lack of parking space or behavior that prioritizes individual parking convenience. Although the management office is providing guidance in accordance with the management rules set by occupants and users, it is not effective because there is no enforcement force. And apartment complexes, which are private land, are in the blind spot of illegal parking management by the police or local governments. In particular, the standard for the number of parking spaces per household in apartment complexes built in the past is very insufficient based on the current standards, so it is a problem that cannot be solved in a short period of time.
The purpose of this study is to find a solution for parking outside the parking area, parking obstruction, etc. and thereby to prevent or reduce residents' parking inconvenience and conflict between neighbors. In this study, cases of parking conflicts in apartment complex subject to compulsory management were reviewed, the concept of improper parking was established, and it was found that there is a limit to solving the problem in the current law for violations of parking order in private land.
As improvement measures, the types of parking order violations subject to fines, the level of fines, the method of reporting parking order violations, the right to impose fines, and the procedure for imposing fines are presented, and an amendment to the Multi-family Housing Management Act covering these contents is proposed.