Parking problems – Part 1

In the “before times” pre-COVID19, when beginning a parking study in an area that has a “parking problem,” I would start by interviewing people and asking them about the problem. I’d talk to business owners, residents, elected officials, principals at local schools, and anyone else who wants to talk to me. Can you guess the […]

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Parking Requirements Gave Me a Haircut

Neighborhood-friendly developments are often made infeasible due to overly high parking requirements. By Neil Heller with Cary Westerbeck Neil is an urban planner at Neighborhood Workshop in Portland, Oregon and faculty of the Incremental Development Alliance. Currently sporting an 80-day shelter-in-place mullet. Cary is an architect and small-scale developer at Westerbeck Architecture in Bothell, Washington

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