26-storey automated garage solves problems of street parking in China

08/16/2018

Posted by: Hassana Obi

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The 26-storey automated garage sits on an area of only 624 square feet (~58 square meters) but being able to house 50 vehicles.

China has been growing fast. Populated cities have been suffering matters of traffic. More and more cars filling the streets not lead to the issues of not only traffic congestions but also parking.

To tackle the problems of lacking space for parking resulting in drivers parking randomly and unorganizedly on the street, the authorities of Taiyuan city in north China hatched a plan to build an automated garage for parking, which significantly solves the street parking.

picture of the 26-storey automated garge in China

The 26-storey automated garage takes up an area of only 624 square feet (~58 square meters) but is able to house 50 vehicles

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The glass-walled 26-storey automated garage takes up an area of only 624 square feet (~58 square meters) but is able to house 50 vehicles.

So with space normally fits 3 cars, it can offer room for almost 17 times of that amount.

The garage has been serving car drivers since last December for a charge of 5 yuan (~N260) per hour or 50 yuan (~N2600) per day.

Check out more photos of the 26-storey automated garage in China below.

the 26-storey automated garge in China

With space normally fits 3 cars, it can offer room for almost 17 times of that amount

picture of the 26-storey automated garge in China

The garage significantly solves the street parking problems

picture of the 26-storey automated garge in China

The garage has been serving car drivers since last December for a charge of 5 yuan (~N260) per hour or 50 yuan(~N2600) per day

Will it make a turning point for the traffic of the world? Should the world learn from this idea of China?

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Hassana Obi is an automobile writer and editor at Naijauto.com. She prides herself on hundreds of informative and entertaining articles on Nigerian traffic regulations, car prices and celebrity car collections. When Hassana is not writing, she is a teacher and philanthropist.

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