Denver struggles with off-street parking while White House makes suggestions

Author: Tom Ramstack - October 12, 2016 - Updated: October 12, 2016

The White House last week unwittingly added its opinion to Denver's dilemma in deciding how many parking spaces should be required for new real estate developments. An Obama administration policy paper recommended against local rules requiring expansive parking lots for residential and office projects. Instead, cities should encourage residents to depend more on public transportation, the White House says.

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Tom Ramstack

Tom Ramstack