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The High Cost of Minimum Parking Requirements
This chapter estimates how minimum parking requirements increase the cost of constructing housing, office buildings, and shopping centers. It also explains proposed legislation to limit how much parking cities can require in transit-rich districts.
Parking requirements increase the cost of a shopping center by up to 93% if the parking is underground.
Parking requirements on a construction site in Los Angeles can reduce the number of units produced by 13%.
Planning methods have changed cities to favor cars.
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