Want greener, healthier cities? Curb affordable, plentiful parking

November 02, 2010

UCLA professor Donald Shoup believes free or inexpensive parking is the root of many urban evils, including sprawl, wasted energy, and air pollution. Adding to the problem: city codes that require developers to provide too many parking spaces. Obviously, many disagree with Stroup and don’t see parking as a problem.

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