With split-level carparks, the parking levels are staggered over a half-storey. By means of short ramps, the storeys are spanned with bent TT-slabs, without substantially reducing the number of parking spots. This makes split-level carparks particularly suitable for city-centre areas with a limited surface area for building. Some split-level carparks feature two opposing traffic flows on a single ramp. With the double split-level variant, cars drive both in an upward and a downward spiral in the same direction.

The advantages of split-level carparks:

  • compact construction;
  • efficient traffic management.