If you’re planning to install parking lot stripes, you may wonder how broad the lines should be. There are specific measurements to follow to ensure that the lines will be installed correctly. If you’re unsure, consider contacting a professional company for help.

Most state and local ordinances stipulate that parking lot stripes should be about twenty feet wide. They define the painted area between double parallel lines to facilitate vehicle throughput. Generally, a parking lot has one lane for each direction of traffic. A local ordinance may require a separate assembly lane.

To properly measure parking space stripes, you must know your zoning rules and the layout of your parking lot. You should also determine how many spaces you need for the space. In most cases, parking spaces are 8.5 feet wide and 16 to 20 feet long. Make sure to measure your parking lot before committing to striping it. There are several methods you can use to measure your parking area. Some people use a string instrument or laser to determine the width of a parking space.

If you’re unsure of how to design parking lot striping, it’s a good idea to hire a professional. Using a professional company can help you create an elegant and functional lot. And, of course, they have the right equipment to help you create a professional-looking parking area.