Parking accommodations will remain part of typical developments for the near term, particularly for a suburban city like Ocoee. Thus, there is significant attention given in the design guidance for on-street and off-site parking. Street Type D offers an example for accommodating on-street and off-site parking along a divided two-lane street. Pedestrian and landscape spaces separate major parking areas from the street.
Street Type F eliminates the median and removes parking from one side of the street in order to reduce the right of way width compared to Type D. It also widens the landscape buffer between the street and the parking lot.