Monday, May 12, 2014

How Silver Spring, Maryland
Outgrew Its Parking Lots

Photo: Dan Reed for GGwash
In healthy urban areas, people always complain that there’s not enough parking. And they still do that in Silver Spring, Maryland, says Dan Reed at Greater Greater Washington. But they’re wrong. The city’s downtown parking supply is only about 58 percent occupied on an average day. Even as the city has grown, more parking is sitting unused thanks to the efforts of local leaders. Here’s how they did it: Read more: How Silver Spring, Maryland, Outgrew Its Parking Lots |

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