Siegman & Associates founder Patrick Siegman spoke with Ben Spurr of The Toronto Star about the global movement to set performance-based prices for curb parking, and remove minimum parking mandates:
“Patrick Siegman, a San Francisco-based transportation planner, said there’s a sea change underway in how cities think about parking. ‘I have never seen anything like it’ in 30 years in the field, he said. ‘Parking reform is really snowballing.’”
The Star reports:
"After decades of underpricing spots for cars in its lots and on its streets, Toronto may be about to undergo a parking revolution"
Continue reading at The Toronto Star.