"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."
[Before we started up the bracket for this year’s Parking Madness tournament, I got in touch with Donald Shoup, who literally wrote the book on parking reform, and asked him to pick the worst parking crater in the field of 16. Here’s his response, packaged with some advice for cities that have a parking crater problem. — Angie Schmitt] All the entries […]