Parallel parking: Along the length of the road the vehicles are parked. Here while parking or unparking the vehicle there is no backward movement involved. That’s why it is the safest parking from the accident perspective.
30 parking: In thirty-degree parking, the vehicles are parked at 30 with respect to the road alignment. In this case, more vehicles can be parked compared to parallel parking.
45 parking: In forty-five-degree parking, the number of vehicles can be parked.It is because As the angle of parking increases, the number of parking vehicles will be increased. Hence, thirty degrees compared to parallelity-degree parking, more number of vehicles can be accommodated in this type of parking.
60 parking: The vehicles are parked at 60 to the direction of road. More Number of vehicles can be accommodated in this parking type.
Right angle parking: In right angle parking or 90 parking, the vehicles are parked perpendicular to the direction of the road
Off street parking: Some areas are solely allotted for parking which will be at some distance away from the main stream of traffic, In many urban centers. This type of parking is called Off Street parking. They may be operated by either public agencies or private firms
Parking has some ominous effects like:
Accidents: The parking Accidents means Careless steering of parking and unparking leads to accidents. Driving out a car from the parking area, careless opening of the doors of parked cars, and while bringing in the vehicle to the parking lot for parking leads to accidents that refers to the common type of parking accidents.
Environmental pollution: Parking studies also cause pollution to the environment because stopping and starting of vehicles while parking and unparking results in noise and fumes. They also affect the aesthetic beauty of the buildings because cars parked at every available space creates a feeling that building rises from a pedestal of cars.
Congestion: Parking takes considerable street space leading to the lowering of the road capacity. Hence, speed will be reduced, journey time and delay will also subsequently increase. The operational cost of the vehicle increases, leading to a great economical loss to the community.
Obstruction to fire fighting operations: Parked vehicles may hinder the movement of firefighting vehicles. Sometimes they block access to water faucets and access to buildings.