Boston limiting new parking as number of residences soars - Business - The Boston Globe: "The policy shift — which comes even as thousands of new residents flock into its neighborhoods — is being implemented across the city, with officials relaxing once inflexible requirements that parking be built with every new residence. The goal is to encourage the use of public transportation, and to devote more land and money to affordable housing, open spaces, and other amenities. Officials also say the city’s youthful population is becoming more accustomed to life without a car."
Saturday, July 6, 2013
If you want people to use public transit, make it free.
at 11:43 AM