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Cities are experiencing growing demands and pressures at their curbs, whether for parking, bicyclists, pedestrians, transit users, passenger dropoff, deliveries, dining or other uses. Staff and other

Cities transitioning from free to paid parking, or adding demand responsive pricing programs face a number of challenges. Introducing these types of paid parking programs involves improving

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

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

Group housing, or co-living, can help respond to the need for lower rents and more housing choices in the Bay Area. The co-living concept centers around renting bedrooms in a multi-bedroom building

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 Mountain View El Camino Real Precise Plan is an example of a Priority Development Area (PDA) plan. It is based on the vision for the El Camino Real corridor set forth in Mountainview’s General

This is the Community Plan adopted by the City of Fremont in 2013 for its Warm Springs Priority Development Area (PDA). It envisions a vital, new sustainable district of the city offering

Policy makers have expressed interest in establishing impact fees for: Affordable housing Street and open space improvements Transportation demand management Parking This feasibility study was

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