Category Archives: walking

>DC solves the Navy Yard “free parking for commuters” problem

> Earlier in the year, I investigated commuter parking in the Navy Yard area.  I looked at how many out-of-state license plates were parked in the same spot multiple times, and how many of those cars were parked there all … Continue reading

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>Coalition for Smarter Growth Needs Election Help

>Coalition for Smarter Growth called me to ask for help on election day.  I’ll be out of town on a work trip, but I did offer to help them get the word out about their volunteer opportunity.  Feel free to … Continue reading

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>Where to Spend the Parking Money

> Dr. Shoup argues that the best use of parking meter revenue is to spend it locally on sidewalks and the pedestrian environment to improve physical appearance and walking conditions.  With that in mind, I took a short tour to … Continue reading

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