Anxiety and Urban Stress for Parking Spots
Bujar Q. Bajçinovci,
Affiliation: University of Prishtina, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Kosovo.
Keywords: Prishtina, Parking Spots, Urban Stress, Spatial Organization.
Categories: Visual Arts, Architecture and Design
The lack of a sustainable urban mobility plan for the city of Pristina and its linkage to spatial plans in the future will bring serious problems for the city, which will have a negative impact on the quality of life. Lack of a serious and professional approach to sustainable city planning, uncontrolled expansion and without predetermined criteria, social cohesion and services have brought the city to a critical point of development. It is clear that the factual situation of parking lots in Pristina is problematic. The need for parking spaces and public parking garages in Prishtina are very immediate. There is no parking plan where there are legal, private parking, illegal parking lots. Therefore, it is important to provide data on the basis of which will be the best solution for parking regulation and categorization. Moreover, there is a solution, but we have to pay! Urbanites, both private and commercial, will have to rent out a variety of parking spaces through the urban zone from commercial vehicle parking operators.