The parking lot for the upcoming Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom, the latest in the Jurassic Park franchise, could be bigger than any other in the United States.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, a new Jurassic Park movie set to hit theaters in 2019 could house as many as 1,500 parking lots in various locations around the United State, including in Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles.
The report said that Jurassic Park 2 would be the first movie in the franchise to be filmed in all 50 states, which is to say it would have a “significant footprint” in the country.
According a 2015 study by the Brookings Institution, parking lots are the second-most popular public space in the world, behind parks.
In its analysis of the cost of building parking lots worldwide, the institute estimated that the cost to build a new parking lot is approximately $300 million.
The average price per lot in the U.S. is $1,400 per lot.
According the report, this could be an even bigger investment than Jurassic Park, which costs $100 million to produce and is set to be released in 2019.
The number of parking lots has been on the rise as technology advances and more people are spending more time outdoors, which has lead to more spaces available for people to park in.
However, a recent study by research company Parks Associates found that Americans spent $1.8 trillion in parking fees in the 2016 fiscal year alone.
A large number of these fees are for parking at private and government facilities.
Parking lots have been the target of protests in the past, with protests at the University of Chicago, in the 1970s, and the University at Buffalo, in 2005.