Want greener, healthier cities? Curb affordable, plentiful parking

November 03, 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.

chicagotribune.com/classified/automotive/traffic/la-me-1016-shoup-20101016,0,2738666.story

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