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A Relentless Desire to Control

A Relentless Desire to Control

You can put up all the signs you want, but your community will still be vulnerable to a myriad of external shocks.

The Parking Problem That Wasn’t

The Parking Problem That Wasn’t

Communities across the country have found that resistance to parking minimum removals quickly fades when the facts are on the table and the benefits are made clear.

Inching to Parking Sanity

Inching to Parking Sanity

This is how you start (and win) a conversation about repealing minimum parking requirements.

Spot's Parking Lot

Spot's Parking Lot

How can we make better use of a parking space? This little dog knows.

4 Things to do with Unused Parking Lots

4 Things to do with Unused Parking Lots

Towns across the country are transforming unused parking into more productive developments that offer true benefits to a community, not just temporary car storage.

Parking with Limits

Parking with Limits

The right amount of parking is well-utilized and valuable. But too much is detrimental.

3 Creative Ways to Tackle Parking Needs

3 Creative Ways to Tackle Parking Needs

Your city needs far less parking than you think. But for the neighborhoods and destinations that really do need some parking, how can we build it in a thoughtful, non-destructive manner?