Parking Reform Made Easy by Richard W. Willson

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" Parking requirements stand in the way of making cities livable, equitable, and sustainable." (p. 1).
Like Donald Shoup's book, The High Cost of Free Parking, this book covers something so ordinary and obvious that most people pay no attention to it. Moreover, efforts to reform parking policies are sometimes met with emotional, irrational, and non-scientific arguments that make the problems of mis-priced parking even worse. Willson in this book takes a practical approach and gives specific guidelines to reforming parking; for example:

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