Report highlights impact of Covid on the future of office parking

As companies grapple with how exactly to manage their work place post-Covid, brand-new research from parking management software firm,, has revealed over 25 % of businesses (26.8 %) are actively along the way of reducing their employee car parks.

The analysis ‘ The State of Employee Parking 2021 ‘ polled 105 corporate leaders who manage employee parking across 15 countries. Of businesses surveyed 7.3 % are aiming for a big decrease in employee parking. While 19.5 % of employers want to implement small reductions.

Interestingly it’s not absolutely all one way traffic, many companies expect parking demand to spike when employees go back to the working office with 15.9 % of companies seeking to increase their parking allocation.

Other interesting takeaways from the study include:

  • 30 % of companies think that employee parking will undoubtedly be considerably harder to control when employees go back to the office because of increased flexibility.
  • 47 % of employers identify employee parking as a problematic issue because of their business. It really is challenging for companies with over 1 particularly,000 employees.
  • 57.5 % of companies are more aware of the negative impact of employee parking on the surroundings than these were five years back.

Talking about the extensive research’s Daithí de Buitléir said: “Covid is a real watershed moment for employee parking. Employees don’t desire to go back to the commuter chaos that used to dominate their lives. For lifestyle, cost and environmental reasons, we will see companies downsize their parking lots on the next couple of years aggressively.” 

To read the entire report click here .