On-Street Parking Layout
There are two types of stalls to consider when designing on-street parking: the end stall and the interior stall.
An end stall is used where a vehicle can be driven directly into or out of the parking space. End stalls require a length sufficient enough to accommodate passenger cars, typically 18 feet. Maintain a minimum of 20 feet between an end stall and a crosswalk opening or sidewalk edge of an intersection. Signalized and all-way STOP-controlled intersections require greater distances, typically 30 feet or more between an end stall and an intersection.
An interior stall requires room for maneuvering into and out of the space. A 22-foot-long stall that allows space for an 18-foot vehicle is recommended.