Dec 4, 2019
The Japanese approach to parking, despite its uniqueness, has much to teach the rest of us.
I (Paul Barter) discussed Japanese parking with Rebecca Clements, who is investigating it as she works towards a PhD at the University of Melbourne.
Sep 30, 2019
Adaptive Parking aims to be the answer to this question: How can my city defuse real parking problems without making car dependence worse, while fostering liveable cities, while reaping more value for the community from the space now used for parking and while gaining enough public support?
Adaptive Parking is a package...
Aug 28, 2019
This edition of Reinventing Parking offers answers to people's concerns that abolishing parking minimums will cause shortages of on-site parking and that such shortages will cause wider problems.
<a href="https://www.reinventingparking.org/2019/08/dont-worry-abolish-minimums.html"> Find out more here.</a>
Jul 16, 2019
This month's Reinventing Parking is on minimum parking requirements and draws on relevant highlights from many episodes since the podcast was launched a year ago.
I actually created it as an episode last month of my other podcast, Reinventing...
Jun 26, 2019
Paid parking is the most useful tool in parking management and this edition of Reinventing Parking provides 30 suggestions for making on-street parking fees less unpopular.
<a href="https://www.reinventingparking.org/2019/06/spoonful-of-sugar.html"> Find out more here.</a>