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Cover of February 2020 Zoning Practice

The Pseudoscience of Parking Requirements

February 2020

This edition of Zoning Practice highlights the weak rationale many planners have used to justify specific parking requirements in the communities they serve, explains how removing parking minimums can translate into community benefits, and spotlights recent parking reform efforts.

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