As Parking Needs Fall, City Hall Weighs Reduced Requirements

Some planners say it is high time these dusty, worn-out regulations are replaced. “These rules are from a time when people thought it was the government’s role to encourage driving,” said Juliette Michaelson, vice president for strategy at the Regional Plan Association. “In a time when we have a huge demand for housing, but are trying to reduce driving and therefore parking, eliminating a minimum parking requirement could be a big deal.” Read the full article in Capital New York