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Parking 2.0: Mobility Centers as a Future for Parking

Parking Magazine, February 2019 It’s time to predict opportunity — the industry is not imploding. What we will see in tomorrow’s smart cities however, is the evolution of new mobility services taking over existing ones. #SharedMobility ...

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Neglecting Aging Public Transportation Hurts Our Economy

Neglecting Aging Public Transportation Hurts Our Economy Politico, June 2018 Every dollar invested in public transportation results in $4 in economic returns. Yet, public transportation is deteriorating and, according to the ASCE, in the worst...

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How to Get Rid of Parking Minimums: Decatur, GA

How to Get Rid of Parking Minimums: Decatur, GA Strong Towns, November 2015 Decatur, GA removed parking minimums and instead implemented maximums for commercial use. Learn how developers reacted to this change, and the city planners'...

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Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) - Parking Facilities

Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) - Parking Facilities National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS), May 2017 When designing a parking facility, many design and functional elements need to be considered. Get up-to-date overview on design,...

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Seattle Congestion Pricing

Seattle Congestion Pricing Next City, April 2018 As Seattle considers being the first city in the United States to implement a congestion pricing scheme, advocates and proponents debate unintended consequences. #Congestion #Article ...

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2018 Summit Handout - U.S. Chamber of Commerce

2018 Summit Handout U.S. Chamber of Commerce, May 2018 The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has given the American infrastructure a grade of D+. Find out the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's four suggested areas of focus to get American...

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More People Moving to Suburbs - Brookings

More People Moving to Suburbs Brookings, March 2018 Census data shows a change in population trends - more people are moving to the suburbs and rural areas. This article looks into the reasons why and where these trends are most apparent in the...

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