With the development of road transport at the beginning of the 20th century, the first traffic jams and traffic jams began to form on the streets of cities, and in the first half of the 20th century another, painfully familiar to all of us, problem with car parking appeared … The streets of those times were quite narrow and did not allow for a large number of cars. Along the streets, thousands of black phaetons began to be chaotically located, interfering with the passage of other cars. This problem was most acute in American cities such as New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and Detroit, and it is not surprising that it was there that mechanical parking was first built.
In 1925, the American engineer and inventor Max Miller patented the first mechanical parking system in the United States called the Ferris wheel. The first mechanized parking was implemented in 1932 in Chicago on Monroe Street. The rotary parking was located on one of the central streets of the city, and by that time looked like a curiosity.
Many buildings, starting from the second half of the thirties, were equipped with mechanized vehicle storage systems. Such systems were especially popular in prestigious apartment buildings and large office centers. An example of such a building is a parking lot in New York, located in Manhattan at 43 West 61 street. The building was built in 1930 in the Art Deco style, was fully equipped with automatic lifting mechanisms and at the time of creation was called the Kent Automatic Parking Garage Building. Since then, the evolution of automated parking systems began, they changed, improved and became more complicated every year.
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