This week I am at CNU27 in Louisville, the annual gathering of members of the Congress of the New Urbanism.
I will be giving a short talk on Saturday as part of an Open Innovation panel on transportation. My presentation is titled: “Parking Reform: It won’t just happen, you have to work at it.” I’ll be making the case that the missing link in parking reform efforts is plain old organizing and elbow grease. It’s Saturday at 1pm, if you’re attending.
This conference is also a bit of a soft launch for an organization I, and parking reform colleagues Lindsay Bayley (Chicago), Jane Wilberding (Chicago), and Mike Kwan (D.C), are bootstrapping called the Parking Reform Network.
I’ll be tweeting about the conference at @twjpdx23 and posting my thoughts (and photos from parking garages) on the Parking Minute throughout the week!
And with that, enjoy this photo of a sunset from the parking deck next to the Seelbach Hotel, relatively unobstructed by any cars.
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