Minimum Parking Requirements

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Many cities and counties understand that existing parking practices in their jurisdictions do not support their land use, transportation, health and safety, and environmental goals. However, they face

Bay Area towns and cities are increasingly looking to parking policy changes, such as reducing minimum requirements, adding maximums, allowing shared parking provisions, or reducing or eliminating

Parking and the policies that guide parking development and management are potent tools for supporting housing affordability, climate and community design goals. Parking policy changes can be

Most zoning codes and development practices have ample parking supply requirements, which force people who purchase or rent housing to pay for parking regardless of their needs. These parking

In this webinar, Cal Poly Pomona professor Richard Willson identifies problems created by the parking requirement status quo and its profound and longstanding impacts on cities and suburbs. Willson