PRN provides the tools, the resources, and, of course, the network people need to reform parking policy in their own communities across North America. That’s why last December, PRN became the first advocacy organization I ever promoted on my channel. If you aren’t a PRN member already, please join and consider doing it as a monthly contribution. Our cities are worth fighting for, and PRN is critical to that fight.
One year ago, a pickup truck hit me on my bike in a hit-and-run while going to breakfast in Tempe, Arizona. The collision broke my collarbone, resulting in an incredibly frustrating three months of not being able to use my right arm while it healed.
Fortunately, my collarbone is fully recovered now. But I want to live in a world where collisions like this stop happening. So, I am donating $25k of the $28.8k* insurance settlement to the Parking Reform Network.
If you’re interested in transportation, urbanism, climate change, or land use you don’t want to miss this opportunity to support the Parking Reform Network and win books signed by Donald Shoup, Todd Litman, Richard Willson, Nolan Gray, and more! The Parking Reform Network, which recently released an updated map of cities that have eliminated parking …