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Date Published: February 2012

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These case studies (in Largo, Maryland, and Tampa, Florida) demonstrate the potential to use low impact development practices in the design of new parking facilities and as retrofits for existing parking facilities to reduce runoff volume and remove pollutants. Includes monitoring data.

Keywords: low-impact development; parking; factsheet; scenario planning

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  • Sustainable Communities Learning Network
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