"There are so many ways in which we’d be better off if we reformed our parking policy: reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, nitrous oxide emissions, particulate pollution, traffic crashes. Urban planners have made epic mistakes in almost all of their parking policies. But now they can fix it."
After thousands of votes and enough eerily empty downtowns to last a life time, Streetsblog readers have narrowed it down to just two of the most toxic car ads in our national history. Vote now for which deserves the title of the most toxic of all.
A historic commitment to increase bike parking in Paris has U.S. advocates wondering why cycle storage doesn't get the same level of attention in American cities — and sharing policy strategies that could help.