Created by the City of San Diego
On March 19, 2019, the San Diego City Council adopted Ordinance 21057 regarding zero minimum parking regulations for multifamily residential developments in Transit Priority Areas (TPAs). The regulations allow more multifamily residential units to be built without parking to help lower housing costs and encourage residents to use alternative modes of transportation such as walking, biking and transit.
Visit the City of San Diego’s Transit Priority Area Multifamily Residential Parking Standards web page.
This web page includes information that may be useful to other jurisdictions interested in changing their parking standards in transit-friendly locations.
The page includes:
- Transit Priority Area Multifamily Residential Parking Standards Fact Sheet: Parking Standards in Transit Priority Areas
- Information for Developers
- Study Report on Transit Priority Area Multifamily Residential Parking Standards
San Diego’s new parking ordinance aligns with the goals of: