portland parking reform
Advocates weigh in on Central City in Motion plan
This plan goes nowhere if natural allies don’t support it.
Auto parking or affordable housing? Portland Mayor says debate is “over”
Comments seen as watershed moment by parking reform activists.
PSU transportation class projects: Parking benefit districts
Charles Tso is using a PSU class to kickstart parking benefit districts in his neighborhood.
Council pulls parking mandate after affordability advocates pile into hearing
Opponents of the mandate outnumbered supporters three to one.
Editorial: Even if more garages were a good idea, they’re pointless without permits
One pretty simple fact seems to be getting lost.
City weighs parking rule for NW that could block a fifth of new homes
If it had existed for the last eight years, it would have illegalized 23 percent of northwest Portland’s new housing supply.
Wonk Night recap: Finding a space for parking reform
We solved all the problems. You should have been there.
Average apartment building costs fell sharply during no-parking apartment boom
Data suggests housing watchdogs may have been right.
Let’s talk about auto parking: Join us at Wonk Night next Tuesday (3/29)
Get to know how parking policy works and you’ll unlock the secrets of a city that works.
Parking meter hike approved Wednesday will mean $4 million a year for local streets
It’ll no longer be cheaper to spend 3 hours parked along a curb than to take a three-hour bus trip.