Parking Reform Network Posts
- Are Parking Authorities Obsolete? If you’re wondering what a parking authority is or why they exist, PRN Board Member Mike Kwan has you covered in his post
- How Do We Grade Parking? This is the second of a series of posts by PRN Research Intern Andrew Kiefaber. Part one is here.
Minimum Parking Requirements
- An Assemblymember in the California State Legislature has proposed a bill which would prohibit residential car parking requirements near transit, statewide.
- Guest column: Parking reform will help us create a sustainable future for Bend
- The author of that column, PRN member Melanie Kebler also posted a great twitter thread about her efforts in Bend, OR
- Laramie, WY is debating whether to reduce parking requirements by 30-50%
- Charlottesville, VA weighs whether $10 million slated for a car parking garage could be better spent on other things.
- St. Louis, MO is redirecting $5 million from it’s parking reserves to fill COVID-19 related budget shortfalls.
- Denver, CO’s transit board wants to redevelop underused park-and-ride lots into housing for humans.
- A scenic outlook in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA will begin using a reservation system to manage some of it’s car parking stalls.
- Hoboken, NJ is increasing parking meter rates to aim for a Shoupian 85% occupancy.
- People living in their vehicles on Los Angeles, CA streets may face more difficulties in keeping their homes from being towed.
Odds and Ends
- For Cities, Less Traffic Means Lost Revenue
- How to Pay Bus Fares and Parking Meters in Google Maps
- Prepare For Gridlock If Future For Autonomous Vehicles Is Plentiful Cheap Journeys
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