The parking problem that wasn't

The parking problem that wasn't

As we build new developments, are we still short on parking? Parking minimums have created endless hot, asphalt deserts in our developments and now cities are working to reverse these laws.

Key findings

Many American municipalities require a minimum number of parking spaces per new development.

In light of parking areas that are continuously being left empty most the time, this minimum is being reversed.

The outcome of getting rid of parking minimums have resulted in allowing for more affordable projects now that the cost of parking isn't a part of the picture.

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