Will Paris Voters Make SUV Drivers Pay More For Parking — And Will American Cities Follow Their Lead?
Voters in the City of Light could force SUV drivers to pay more to park — but even if the measure passes, more hurdles lie ahead.
Santa Monica Considers Transportation Funding Measure for November 2024 Ballot
Santa Monica is looking to tax paid parking structures (i.e. garages and paid lots) to fund transportation projects, including Vision Zero safety improvements and maintenance of the city's parking structures
Sunny Side Up: L.A. Al Fresco Dines In Success with a Whopping $12 Million Surge in Sales and a Side of Smiles for Angelenos
Research shows L.A.'s Al Fresco outdoor dining program is an unsung hero of the COVID-19 pandemic, throwing a lifeline to restaurants and bars
Austin Becomes the Largest U.S. City to Eliminate Parking Minimums
The Violet Crown City voted to make the change months ago — but now that a revision of the city's byzantine zoning code is finally done, the law will actually go into effect.
Where L.A. City Is Quietly Removing Bike Lanes and Adding On-Street Car Parking
These are just the examples that Streetsblog has come across. But these are difficult to find. Cities rarely announce when they remove bike infrastructure.
How Even Modest Reductions in Parking Can Slash Your Rent
Excess parking is costing renters dearly, even if they don't drive — and in New Jersey, a small tweak in local zoning codes save them over a thousand dollars a year.
Why Legislatures Across the US Are Challenging Parking Mandates More Than Ever Before
Parking reform is gaining momentum across the U.S. Here are a few recent victories.
Your City May Be Rethinking Parking Rules
TransForm has a guide to help you advocate for smarter parking policies that can lead to a greater housing supply