Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 7 – 10 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 CHAPTER 7. ​GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS | Article 7.1. ​Parking Sec. 7.1.6. Vehicle Parking Location and Layout E. Reserved Parking Parking spaces may be reserved for a specific tenant or unit, provided that the following standards are not exceeded. 1. Residential a. One space per efficiency or 1-bedroommulti-living dwelling unit. b. Two spaces per two-bedroom or greater multi-living dwelling unit. 2. Nonresidential No more than 1/3 of the total provided spaces may be reserved. F. Queuing Areas 1. Adequate space must be made available on-site for the stacking, storage and queuing of vehicles. 2. Vehicles using drive-thru facilities may not encroach on or interfere with the public use of streets and sidewalks by vehicles or pedestrians. 3. A restaurant with drive-thru facilities must provide at least 8 queuing spaces for vehicles when 1 drive-thru lane exists and 6 spaces at each drive-thru when more than 1 lane exists. 4. A bank with drive-thru facilities must provide at least 3 queuing spaces per drive-thru lane. Sec. 7.1.6. Vehicle Parking Location and Layout A. Location 1. Required parking spaces must be located on the same lot they are intended to serve, except where specifically allowed under Sec. 7.1.5.B. 2. All on-site parking must be arranged so that no vehicle is forced onto any public street, not including an alley, to gain access from 1 parking aisle to another parking aisle. B. Layout 1. Parking spaces and drive aisles must meet the required dimensional standards. Parking spaces and drive aisles using dimensions other than those specified may be approved if prepared and sealed by a registered engineer in the State of North Carolina with expertise in parking facility design, subject to a determination by the PublicWorks Director. 2. Within a structured parking facility, up to 30% of the total parking spaces provided may be compact spaces. No more than 2 compact parking spaces may abut each other. Compact spaces can be reduced to 7.5 feet in width and 15 feet in length. All compact parking spaces must be clearly and visibly striped and labeled for compact car use only. Other than the stall width and length reduction, compact parking spaces must comply with all other parking layout standards. 20’ 22’ 8’ 12’ 8.5’ 18’ 22’ 58’ 9.8’ 54.1’ 19.8’ 8.5’ 14.5’ Parallel Parking 90 ° Parking 60 ° Parking Parking space and drive aisle dimensional requirements

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