Sound the panic alarm

As seen during this week’s NACTO conference, hosted at NYU’s Kimmel Center:

Oh, shit.

I post this both as an homage to Lydia DePillis’ ‘pit stops’ series when she was writing Housing Complex, and to the pending doom of Hurricane Sandy advancing upon the Northeast. Let the panic commence.

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More on parking requirements and impacts to the city

Portland parking meter. CC image from Ian Broyles

Several tangentially related articles on parking over the past few weeks:

In a previous post on zoning and unintended consequences, I linked to an Oregon Public Broadcasting piece on zero-parking development in Portland, OR – taking advantage of a clause in the zoning code that

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