Tuesday, March 5, 2013

D.C. Considering Lifting Mandatory Parking Minimums | Transportation Nation

D.C. Considering Lifting Mandatory Parking Minimums | Transportation Nation: "The District of Columbia’s Office of Planning is considering a proposal to potentially reduce the supply of available parking spaces in some neighborhoods as new development attracts more residents and jobs. If successful, it will mark the first major change to the city’s zoning code since it was first adopted in 1958.

It’s part of a growing city attempt to reduce congestion by offering its residents alternatives to the automobile – from bikes to buses to making walking more attractive."

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