Parking garage

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Parking garage

A garage for passenger vehicles only, exclusively for the purpose of parking or storing of automobiles and not for automobile repairs or service work.

parking garage

A garage for passenger vehicles only, exclusively for the purpose of parking or storing of automobiles and not for automobile repairs or service work.
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As the airport is open 24 hours a day, passengers arrive and depart all through the night and this development and the associated short stay multi-storey car park is a natural progression of improved on site facilities to satisfy the needs of today's airport user.
A police spokesman said: "We had a report of a female sitting on the wall edge of a multi-storey car park.
25 or pounds 2 per day, depending on whether the University is able to develop plans for a multi-storey car park.
Sutton Coldfield MP Andrew Mitchell, pictured, had urged hospital bosses to forge ahead with the multi-storey car park to stop residents facing years of parking misery around the Rectory Road site.
Kim Sutton, 23, has been barred from rivers, multi-storey car parks, train tracks and bridges after a string of incidents in Bath.
The airport has planning permission granted by Newcastle planning in the mid-1990s for a 1,300 space multi-storey car park but has not built it because there is not yet a need.
This new facility, the first multi-storey car park on the Transperth network, is in addition to the more than 4,800 new car bays already built under the Car Park Upgrade Program and the Better Transport Systems projects.
The ski slope would be built against the slope of Kilner Bank and the multi-storey car park would be built on the site of the current Town Avenue car park across the river from the stadium.
A multi-storey car park is to be built in a popular North East tourist attraction to help improve access to the area.
Buses will depart from the new multi-storey car park at Kings Dock every 10 minutes, from 9am-7pm on Saturdays, 10.
ARSONISTS forced the closure of a multi-storey car park in Bedworth yesterday - after first making sure that firefighters were on the other side of town.
Coun Davis questioned why a multi-storey car park had not been built on the hospital site as was originally planned"You cannot get anywhere near the hospital by car because two thirds of the spaces are permanently taken up by the staff who work there," he claimed.

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