Demand and the deficit of adequate parking spaces has been increasing dramatically in Lima, recorded an actual deficit total
of more than 39,000 parking places, only between the districts of Surco, Miraflores, San Isidro and San Borja. This responds
to some extent to the lack of land for building infrastructure of this nature derived from the "housing boom" and high investment
projects parking lots they generate.
This situation coupled with informality in the use of public roads and parking also generates traffic chaos, pollution, noise pollution and insecurity for both the owners of the vehicles and pedestrians and the community in general, which is compounded by the lack of adequate equipment needed to combat this problem local control.
Particularly in the area of interest of the project, the problem is characterized by the following factors: