Portland Shoupistas

What

An advocacy group committed to bringing the most progressive ideas on parking policy to reality.

Why

In 2016 Portland’s government is considering major changes to parking management policy. 

How

Educating the public.  Educating city council.  Attending meetings. Writing letters. 

Portland Parking Blog

Wednesday Parking Round-Up: Carless renters pay $440 million a year for parking they don’t use, Oslo plans to ban cars from the central city by 2019, and more

Wednesday Parking Round-Up: Carless renters pay $440 million a year for parking they don’t use, Oslo plans to ban cars from the central city by 2019, and more

Carless renters forced to pay $440 million a year for parking they don’t use. A study published by two UCLA...

Diversifying Portland’s Parking Toolkit with Unbundling Parking and Parking Cash Out

Diversifying Portland’s Parking Toolkit with Unbundling Parking and Parking Cash Out

  Two weeks ago, Portlanders for Parking Reform wrote about the proposed Central City 2035 (CC2035) Plan may create more...

WEDNESDAY PARKING ROUND-UP: PDX’s BACKWARD STEP IN PARKING, TRADING PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR MORE MOBILITY OPTIONS, AND MORE

WEDNESDAY PARKING ROUND-UP: PDX’s BACKWARD STEP IN PARKING, TRADING PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR MORE MOBILITY OPTIONS, AND MORE

(Photo Source: TriMet) A recent article from Grist describes how many cities in the U.S. realized that requiring excessive supply...

Cars in traffic with downtown Portland in the background.

A Step Backwards: Portland May Invite More Cars Into The Central City

Downtown needs fewer cars per worker. But the proposed Central City 2035 Plan would make room for the ratio to...

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