SPUR Forum: Parking Reform Made Easy

From SPUR:

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Image courtesy of Flickr user add1sun

Many cities possess an oversupply of parking that wastes valuable land, damages the environment and deters development. Join this discussion with the author of Parking Reform Made Easy, an acclaimed new book that illustrates how American parking requirements should be overhauled to better support cities’ larger planning goals.

Co-presented by Island Press.

Richard Wilson / Cal Poly Pomona

ADMISSION
Free to members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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