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Why a residential parking permit program won’t work in New York

Why a residential parking permit program won’t work in New York

| November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Manhattanites like to brag that New York does everything just a little bit bigger and better than Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, or Washington, D.C. — except, it seems, when it comes to a residential parking permit (RPP) program. Each of those cities boasts one, while New York has hemmed and hawed before saying “naw” on […]

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New parking regulations in effect in Portland, OR

New parking regulations in effect in Portland, OR

| May 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

Until May 10, developers seeking construction permits for large apartment buildings in Portland, Oregon, didn’t have to provide tenants parking for their cars, just for their bikes. Today it’s a different story. Now new residential developments of more than 30 units must meet minimum parking requirements on a tiered scale. For instance, buildings with 31 […]

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