In the news
Our directors and advisors are active leaders in parking, housing, transportation, and climate policy. Here are a few recent articles and stories about us and our organization.
Development Council Talks TOD, Preps Preview of Neighborhood Plan
How walkable is Chicago? A new inventory of sidewalks maps the gaps
Your city needs a parking reform non-profit
Portland has most expensive residential parking permits of any major U.S. city
Portland’s Unelected Leaders
Resources for Journalists
Writing a story or book about parking? Looking for an alternative viewpoint in regards to parking policy?
The Parking Reform Network can provide you with contacts, leads, and background information to help present the most accurate information.
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