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Welcome to May! We’ll start this week’s news with a series of posts featuring our members.
- Paul Barter’s latest episode of the Reinventing Parking podcast is about his fantastic Parking Reform Atlas.
- Will the EV Revolution Kill the Parking Reform Movement? featuring quotes from PRN President Tony Jordan.
- Bend City Council considering removing parking requirements: featuring quotes from PRN members Melanie Kebler, David Welton, and Michael Andersen.
- Cities Need Housing, Parking Requirements Make It Harder: co-written by PRN Advisory Board member, Donald Shoup.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Dorchester apartment building aimed at homeless families rejected over parking concerns
- When Parking Is Punitive which brought this study on inequities in the distribution of parking tickets in Los Angeles to our attention.
Costly Car Parking Mandates
- Parking Is Devouring American Cities
- Livetweets of a Denton, TX zoning meeting on parking minimums.
- To slow ‘doubles to dorms’ trend, New Orleans might keep Uptown parking restrictions
- St. Paul could eliminate requirement that developers include parking with new projects
- Why good design and excessive car parking just don’t mix
Redeveloping Surface Lots
- Why are the liberals of Takoma Park suing to protect a piece of asphalt?
- Senior, Low-Income Affordable Housing Will Replace City-Owned Prospect Heights Parking Lots
- A Billion-Dollar Battle Over a Parking Lot at the Seaport
- New York City to reserve more parking spaces for carsharing
- D.C. is working on a futuristic plan: Less parking, taller buildings and a transformed city
- New Meters, Residential Program Among Medford, MA Parking Guidance
- New York Beach Town Faces Millions in Bills for Mismanaged Past
- New $3/hour parking rates, fines could come soon to downtown Spokane
- Herkimer, NY to roll out parking permit plan
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