Parking reform is a public health issue

It can be easy to feel gloomy and maybe a bit helpless from news of the coronavirus pandemic. While we continue practicing social distancing, donating to local food banks, etc., could we also set the stage for a healthier and more equitable city, with less parking? Here are some ideas that cities are adopting: Open […]

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Parking Reform After Coronavirus

Obviously, in the middle of this crisis, with lockdowns in place and ICU beds filling up, parking policy (like most things) isn’t important. We have much bigger fish to fry: maintaining a functioning health care system and supporting millions of people thrown off the payrolls are at the top of the list. But we will

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Two stickers in the style of Uncle Sam recruitment poster by James Montgomery Flagg. Likeness of Donald Shoup replaces Uncle Sam with text saying I want you to join the parking reform network. One sticker says Founding Member in the upper left hand corner.

Become a founding member of the Parking Reform Network

When you join PRN as a Founding Member, you will join other members in building a movement to advocate for parking reform around the country. Your dues will help cover organizational basics and allow us to develop materials and research for our programs. Members have access to our organization’s Slack chat, our mailing list, and

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