In 2012 we installed i900 sq. ft. of pervious concrete around the back of the YMCA on 28th Street in Los Angeles. After 5 years it is still holding up well. You can see there have been a few drips from parked cars, which means it is getting used!
The other good news about those oil drips is that they are not contributing to stormwater pollution - pervious concrete provides a habitat for microbes that break down hydrocarbon-based pollutants. As the first filter that water hits on its way back into the aquifer, pervious concrete plays an integral role in a healthy developed watershed.