City Hall Cyclosis

Free parking is killing cities. Professor Donald Shroup

America’s 250 million cars have an estimated 2 billion parking spots and spend 95% of their time parked. To make cities more equitable, affordable, and environmentally conscious, Shoup makes the case for three simple reforms:

1. Stop requiring off-street parking for new developments.

2. Price street parking according to market value, based on the desirability of the space, the time of day, and the number of open spots.

3. Spend that revenue on initiatives to better the surrounding neighborhoods.

If people had to pay for street parking, he argues, it would bring in money to pay for local repairs, infrastructure (like that free Wi-Fi he was talking about), and beautification. It would also make public transit more attractive and force many curbside cruisers to head straight for parking garages and other paid spots—a win for neighborhood air quality, global greenhouse gas levels, and those still playing those two-ton games of musical chairs.
Your auto response system is misfiring Stalky. This thread is about Cycling Lanes etc. Some truly Fundamentalist Cyclotics recently spotted.:- A Vigilante in Carrigaline who deliberately creates danger, entrapment.^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

A Naked Cycle Rally in Amsterdam to highlight Riding Safety....... LOL this is writing itself.....


He has been discussed on the dedicated cyclists thread already, no need for your repetitive spam. Thank you.
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