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Moving Beyond the Automobile: Parking Reform

In the tenth and final video in Streetfilms' "Moving Beyond the Automobile" series, we are talking about parking reform. From doing away with mandatory parking minimums, to charging the right price for curbside parking, to converting on-street parking spots into parklets and bike corrals, cities are latching on to exciting new ideas to make more room for people and repurpose the valuable public space that lines our streets.

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