Parking Reform News

Connecticut Passes State Level Reforms

Last week Connecticut passed a suite of state level reforms championed by DesegregateCT, to reform zoning laws. Check out PRN member and DesegregateCT founder Sara Bronin’s riveting and informative livetweet thread of the Senate hearing for many details. You can follow that up with analysis from Sightline Institute’s (and also a PRN member) Michael Andersen on what this might mean for other efforts around the country.

More mandatory parking requirements news

Everything is Five (Canadian) Dollars in Penticton

One should never expect much from local coverage of parking rate increases and merchants are notorious for blaming parking for their troubles, but it sure is strange how it seems people only drive to downtown Penticton, BC for $5 purchases.

More curb management

How Much is That Curb Outside Your Window?

Another interesting research paper from UC Santa Cruz’s Adam Millard-Ball explores The Width and Value of Residential Streets.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Parking 101

COVID Recovery

Street Seats and Open Streets

Parking and Mass Transit

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