Join us on Tuesday, April 19th from 6:30-9:30PM, downstairs, at Velocult Bike Shop (1969 NE 42nd Ave, Portland) for a conversation about upcoming parking policy, Shoupian theory, and convincing arguments about why you should care about car parking policy no matter what your issue is.
From BikeLoudPDX’s event announcement:
On the surface, car parking doesn’t seem very relevant to people who bike. But the hidden prices of parking include less room for bike lanes, higher costs in housing, and more incentive to drive everywhere. Portland is poised to drastically change the way it manages its parking with innovative new ideas and technology. Join BikeLoudPDX and PDX Shoupistas’ Tony Jordan and Kathryn Doherty-Chapman for an informative presentation and talk about upcoming parking reforms and why they’re just as important for active transportation as driving.
You can find more information, and RSVP on the Facebook event.