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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

The Redwood City Downtown Precise Plan (DTPP) describes the vision for the future of Downtown, regulates private development, and recommends potential future city projects. The DTPP puts form-based

The People, Places & Prosperity report (PDF) highlights the activities that the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) undertook in partnership with local governments, regional agencies, business

Parking structures are one of the most conspicuous “solutions” to a community’s parking challenges. In some cases, parking structures are the best solution and numerous examples exist where parking

Many communities offer incentives to developers to offset the cost of providing affordable housing units. Visit the Grounded Solutions Network's website on Inclusionary Housing for definitions about

This paper identifies key issues and provides guidance for local jurisdictions as they consider refining their parking codes to reflect best practices for parking standards and parking management

As part of their 2021 Housing Element update, Elk Grove city staff heard concerns about the potential over-concentration of affordable housing in different areas of the city. Staff used an online tool

A 2014 Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) roundtable discussion featuring eight local speakers designed to help users: Acquire better understanding of the process for upgrading your parking