SPUR Forum: Parking Management for Smart Growth

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr user Alden Jewell.

The space devoted to parking in urban and suburban areas is highly contested, with good reason: in the 300 square feet required for a parking space, you could hold 10 bicycles or even a studio apartment. The new book, Parking Management for Smart Growth, explores how we can actively manage parking as a resource, avoid overbuilding and make the most of it in our cities. Co-presented by Island Press.

+ Richard Willson / Cal Poly Pomona

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