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The NWWNC’s elimination of parking minimums can make housing more affordable

On Mar 5, 2020
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Michael Manville: Ending the parking minimum "does not mean the planning police show up and confiscate your car” https://t.co/UMCEAGIduL
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Students have to deal with many stressors at UCLA, such as difficult courses and imposter syndrome. But the most anxiety-inducing factor isn't even related to academics – it's the expenses.…

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On Mar 5, 2020
@PaulABarter shared
Michael Manville: Ending the parking minimum "does not mean the planning police show up and confiscate your car” https://t.co/UMCEAGIduL
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The NWWNC’s elimination of parking minimums can make housing more affordable

Students have to deal with many stressors at UCLA, such as difficult courses and imposter syndrome. But the most anxiety-inducing factor isn't even related to academics – it's the expenses.…

Free of Parking: Cities Have a Lot to Gain from Recycling Car-Centric Space

Cars are made to be driven, but they spend just 5% of every day in motion. The rest of the time, cars in the US sit in the country’s 800+ million parking spaces, which occupy roughly 25,000 ...

Why Harvard Looked to Los Angeles to Imagine the Future of Streets

The so-called car capital of the world is now a "hotbed for mobility disruption," a Harvard studio suggests.

Parking Reform Picks up Steam in 2019

August 14, 2019 - Over the past two decades, research from economists has brought parking policy to the forefront of transportation discussions and raised awareness of the impact of cheap, ...

Mumbai: Do we need more parking space?

There is some justification the for reduction in charges. But the idea initiated by municipal commissioner Praveen Pardeshi was basically sound.

Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities

The 10 Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities, produced by a working group of international NGOs, are designed to guide urban decision-makers and stakeholders toward the best ...

Why banning private vehicles is a bad idea

Environment activists punch hole in EPCA’s ‘blanket ban’ plan; say unlike Beijing and Paris, Delhi doesn’t have a robust transport network to fall back on and will come to a standstill

Los Angeles: Harnessing Data for Transport Innovation

Shared Mobility in Practice By Emma Latham-Jones and Will Duncan An urban transport revolution is underway in Los Angeles, the epitome of a car-reliant city – and it revolves around data. ...

L.A.’s slow buses aren’t just shedding riders, they’re becoming climate liabilities

There are few means of transportation more energy efficient than a packed bus — and few more wasteful than an empty one.

Will Self-Driving Cars Take Us to Utopia or Urban Hell?

Self-driving cars raise serious questions for social justice advocates.

Nashville is representative of the “redo” needed for medium-sized US cities

Medium to large U.S. cities like Nashville are uniformly over-paved car-centric landscapes with a lot of work ahead in providing more pleasant settings. In November, a panel of ...

Live from Transforming Transportation 2019: The Convergence of Old and New Mobility

Why is Transforming Transportation (TT) 2019 focused on new mobility? Tech-driven disruptions in transport are already having huge impacts on our cities, said Ani Dasgupta, global director ...

The Broken Promises of the Ride-Share Revolution

Uber, Lyft and their brethren promised to revolutionize mobility forever. Instead, they just exaggerated the worst aspects of car culture.