Blame local government parking minimums for the overabundance of parking in the U.S.
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The Houston-area Aldine Independent School District is considering the use of eminent domain to seize a one-acre property owned and occupied by Travis Upchurch.
A pilot proposal to levy civil fines based on income is being considered by the City Council.
The legislation would give property owners "sole discretion" in deciding how many parking spaces they want to build.
Multiple factors contribute to housing shortages, but zoning constraints are mostly to blame.
Nashville is the latest city to eliminate minimum parking requirements while simultaneously capping how much parking developers are now allowed to build.
California's cities require developers to include a minimum number of parking spaces in their projects, regardless of whether those spaces are in demand. A state bill would change that.
Seattle Accidentally Had To Forgive 200,000 Parking Tickets. It Should Have Privatized Parking Instead.
When the city moved its parking cops from the police department to the transportation department, it forgot to renew their ability to issue tickets.
Azael Sepulveda is suing the city of Pasadena, Texas over its requirement that his autobody shop add 23 parking spaces he insists he doesn't need and can't afford.
A homeless man’s truck was impounded in Seattle and he couldn’t afford the costs to get it back. That’s unconstitutional, justices rule.
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And it's a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
NYPD Banned Street Parking for Department Flag Football Championship, Says It 'Relocated' Violators' Cars
"This is a special event. This was the flag football championship," said NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill
Next generation of ride-sharing will make cities more efficient, solve mass transit problems.
Greed meets lack of oversight