Wednesday Parking Round-Up: Capping parking requirements, LA’s park n’ ride issue, Seattle considers shared-parking pilot project, and more
(Parking near the Expo Line – LA Metro)
The latest article from the parking guru, Donald Shoup: “A city where everyone happily pays for everyone else’s free parking is a fool’s paradise”
Such a Los Angeles problem. Now we have a light rail line, but how will we get to the stations without parking at every station? More parking = more driving, which really doesn’t help public transit.
Seattle considers pilot project for shared parking in residential buildings, boost transit use, and manage transportation demand.
Myrtle Beach, SC, says “we are not going back to free parking”
San Mateo, CA launches online parking permit system and new pricing structure that charges monthly permit prices based on demand.
Police chief busted for parking on the sidewalk wrote himself a ticket. it is surely a good thing to practice what you preach, but is that standard good enough for law enforcement?