Ever tried to park in a big city? It sucks — and it’s only getting worse.

Parking shortages in urban areas are a global problem. Populations continue to grow while usable land becomes more scarce. At the same time, increasing urbanization is driving demand for vehicle ownership. 

A typical urban parking space has annual costs (land, construction, and operating) of up to $1.5k, which means that many parking spaces are actually worth more than the vehicles that occupy them.