The city of Panchkula will be blessed with a new multi-level parking to end the city’s parking problems. Although the project has been delayed a couple of times, it is good to know it is finally happening. The project was announced back in 2013 four years ago and was to be completed by May, 2017. Reportedly, Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal Khattar will inaugurate the multi-level parking project in Panchkula.
About the Multi-level Parking Project in Panchkula.
The city of Panchkula is in close proximity to Chandigarh and has witnessed huge parking problems in the last few years. The multi-level parking in Panchkula is set to open by the end of this month in Sector 1 near the Mini Secretariat and District Courts Complex. The building will have six floors in total of which the lower three will be reserved for parking. The rest of the three floors of the multi-level parking in Panchkula will have offices of Government officials of Haryana. The building will have parking space for 200 cars but as much as 500 cars can be adjusted in the three floors of the building. The construction of this multi-level parking in Panchkula was started after a long wait of two years in 2015 due to lack of funds before. The people including the advocates visiting the court used to park their vehicles on the road and on no-parking areas which resulted in their vehicles being towed by the traffic police. This multi-level parking in Sector 1, Panchkula will put an end to the problems of these people.
The Tri-city area including Chandigarh has witnessed increasing parking problems.
The Chandigarh area is one of the best ones in the world according to BBC and that is also partially because of the way the city handled its traffic. Recently though the areas of Panchkula and Chandigarh have been in news due to the poor parking facilities. To put an end to these problems Panchkula came up with the multi-level parking and Chandigarh is readying an app based smart parking system. This will be Panchkula’s first multi-level parking as there has been no such facility in the city before.