"3 Lessons in People-Centered Transportation from the First U.S. City to Completely Eliminate Parking Minimums"
In 2018, Hartford, Connecticut, became the first American city to fully eliminate parking minimums. You can learn a lot from their experience.
Learn how Edmonton, Alberta, successfully advocated for the removal of parking minimums citywide. Be sure to also check out this earlier article about Edmonton's journey to parking minimum removal and this webcast led by the folks in Edmonton who made this change happen.
Sandpoint, Idaho, was spending money they didn't have on parking they didn't need. But local leaders stepped up to remove parking minimums and change the city's trajectory.
These visuals from the data-analytics firm Urban3 show how parking has depleted local tax value in cities across the country.
See powerful visuals and read the story of how parking has decimated Kansas City, Missouri's, wealth and prosperity.
If you’ve got a parking shortage in your downtown, consider this unique, cost-effective solution: a valet service.
Strong Towns and the Parking Reform Network have joined forces to bring you a whole new way of viewing reforms to parking minimums across North America.
We relaunched our crowd-sourced map of cities in the U.S. and Canada that have ended or sharply curtailed their parking requirements. And it's more useful than ever.
Jonathan Curth helped lead the city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, into a new era free of commercial parking minimums.
This Strong Towns member saw a huge problem with the parking minimums in his city—and decided to do something about it.