SPUR Forum: Parking: A Temporary Problem?

From SPUR:

Photo courtesy of Flickr user Today is a good day

It can seem like we spend half our lives trying to find parking. Will autonomous vehicles eliminate our parking woes, or will the influx of delivery trucks from online stores make the parking situation even worse? Come hear a discussion about the present state of parking and what can be done to make the future less gridlocked.
+ Erick Arguello / Calle 24
+ Brian Canepa / Nelson\Nygaard
+ Thea Selby / San Francisco Transit Riders Union

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