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Parking vs Housing: Mayor Wheeler Calls Debate ‘Over’

Convenient parking is a problem in parts of Portland, Mayor Ted Wheeler conceded last week. But it’s a smaller problem...

Cars, Parking meters, and parking signs

Innovative Permit Changes Proposed In NW Portland

When Portland City Council decided not to extend minimum parking requirements into Northwest Portland in July 2016 the Northwest Portland...

Build Housing, Not Parking

Ask Commissioner Eudaly To Remove Barriers To Affordable Housing

A proposal to build 40 affordable apartments in Sellwood is at risk because of minimum parking requirements. Currently, to qualify...

Inclusionary Housing In Sellwood Hits Parking Stumbling Block

Update: Take a minute and email Commissioner Eudaly at chloe@portlandoregon.gov. Ask her to look into this situation in Sellwood. Ask...

Portland Included in FHWA’s Parking Pricing Case Studies

Portland Included in FHWA’s Parking Pricing Case Studies

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) last month released two documents – “FHWA-Parking Pricing Workshop Summaries” and “FHWA Sponsored Parking Pricing...

In Sellwood, the key to Portland’s new affordable housing program turns out to be … no parking

This is a guest post from the blog of Portland for Everyone, which covers housing abundance, diversity and affordability in...

A group of Shoupistas

Portland Parking Happy Hour: 2/28 @ Fifth Quadrant

It’s been a while since we’ve had a social event. Join your fellow Shoupistas at the Fifth Quadrant (3901 N...

A parking garage right next to a light rail station.

PDC’s Parking Problem Restricts Ability To Deliver On Strategic Goals

The Portland Development Commission has a parking problem. The agency has committed to spending $32 million in taxpayer provided urban renewal...

Parking Is Often Over-Supplied at Transit-Oriented Development

In the past two decades transit oriented development (TOD)—compact, walkable, and mixed-use development centered around high quality transit—has become an...

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