Reduktion i parkering styrker byer -Nyt studie fra University of Connecticut

By Lars Barfred

“Cities like Berkeley, Arlington and Cambridge experienced something different. Even as they cut back on surface parking, the number of people and jobs climbed upward, as did incomes. Less parking in these places has meant the urban fabric can be stitched back together and there is more space for shops, restaurants, jobs and other things that make cities great. More importantly, the parking isn’t needed. People own cars at higher rates, but they don’t use them as much.  Instead, they live close to the urban core where upwards of 30 percent walk or bike to work.”

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http://bettercities.net/article/how-too-much-parking-hurt-cities-19790


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