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04/26/2010: "Parking, Cars, Bikes, Development, and a Crowded World...."
Our friend Josef Bray-Ali, ebullient proprietor of Flying Pigeon LA, is also a former developer of the good, community-oriented sort. The Los Angeles Business Journal has just published his article on the benefits--social, environmental, and financial--of reducing the onerous minimum car parking requirements that LA uses inadvertently to enforce sprawl development.

He suggests that allowing developers to swap out car for bike parking to a far greater degree than now permitted would benefit everyone form developers to residents of LA's dense old-line neighborhoods.

Read it here: Putting Parking in Its Place. And pass it on!

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