Parking

Parking is the act of stopping a vehicle and leaving it unoccupied. Parking on one or both sides of a road is often permitted, though sometimes with restrictions. Parking facilities are constructed in combination with some buildings, to facilitate the coming and going of the buildings' users.

Read more about ParkingParking Facilities, Modes of Parking, Economics of Parking, Fringe Parking, In Popular Culture

Other articles related to "parking":

Jönköping Airport - Ground Transportation - Airport Parking
... There is parking at the airport, short-term and long-term parking lots ... Short-term parking cost 20 SEK/hour and long-term parking 170 SEK/24 hours ...
Hades (roller Coaster) - Ride Experience
... After its 140-foot (43 m) drop, it goes underneath the Mount Olympus parking lot to do a couple of turns and then it goes back underneath the parking lot ... At the speed of 60 mph, after undergoing the parking lot, it comes out the other side of the parking lot in a couple of seconds ... It again goes underneath the parking lot to return to the side of the parking lot of which it started ...
Mihail Kogălniceanu International Airport - Ground Transportation - Parking
... There is free short and long term parking right outside airport terminal. ...
Lincoln Park Conservatory - Parking
... Parking is available in the conservatory self-park lot located directly behind the conservatory building on Stockton Drive (just south of Fullerton) ...
Parking - In Popular Culture
... by Joni Mitchell, includes the line, "They paved paradise and put up a parking lot." The Talking Heads song (Nothing But) Flowers laments, "Once there were parking lots ... The Monopoly board game includes a space called Free Parking ... in public, derived from the cultural phenomenon of "parking" as depicted in many shows and movies about the 1950s 60s and 70s ...

Famous quotes containing the word parking:

    That’s interesting. Sort of a private preserve for teenagers, huh? I suppose as adults we’re lucky to find a parking space.
    —Kenneth Langtry. Herbert L. Strock. Prof. Frankenstein (Whit Bissell)

    the parking lot of the dead.
    James Dickey (b. 1923)