Have you been wondering how West Hollywood’s soon-to-open robo garage will work? KCET’s SoCal Connected reporter Derrick Shore, who lives in West Hollywood, was invited to give it try. In the video above Shore takes his car into the automated garage, which sits on Sweetzer Avenue behind City Hall.
He notes the $16 million cost is pretty much equivalent to what a traditional 200-space garage would cost. But it takes up much less space, and replaces 68 spaces with those 200 automated ones. The garage is scheduled to be open to the public on June 24.
SOCAL CONNECTED season seven’s Episode 21
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