In case you missed it: Tackling Parking Reform In Hawai’i
We hosted a very informative online session featuring Kathleen Rooney from Honolulu. Kathleen gave some great tips for parking reformers, shared some eye-opening information about Honolulu’s climate action goals, and answered a lot of questions. Professor Donald Shoup makes several appearances. You can watch the recording here.
Dallas Holds Hearing on Reforms
The Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee in Dallas, TX held a pair of hearings to get public comment on potential parking reforms. Parking Reform Network member Nathaniel Barrett delivered a pair of twitter threads (meeting one | meeting two) summarizing some of the commentary.
Chicago Meters Montrose Harbor
Chicago turned on parking meters at a popular running destination last week. The meters are part of a 92 meter expansion covering 750 parking stalls in the city which may raise millions in revenue. Not everyone was happy about it, but claims that it would make the park less accessible didn’t win the day.
Odds and Ends
- UCLA’s Michael Manville explains How Parking Destroys Cities
- Sidewalk Labs launches Pebble, a sensor that uses real-time data to manage city parking
- ADU report: Implementing the Backyard Revolution
- This beautiful suburban neighborhood in Hamburg, Germany is missing one thing: The cars
- Boston City Council Considers Eliminating Parking Requirements for Affordable Housing Developments
- Parking Requirements Are Not a Useful Bargaining Chip for Increasing Affordable Housing
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- New Jersey beaches pay everyone, but parking keeps outsiders away
- Cancer patients often charged exorbitant fees for parking
- I-Team discovers Metro employees in Arlington, VA parking for free with invalid disabled parking placards