Articles in Special Report: Parking

Hamilton Health Sciences Can Do More to Reduce Parking Demand
It's not surprising no one is taking the bus or carpooling when you can park for a month at the General for $60 and an HSR bus pass is almost 60 percent more expensive!
by Nicholas Kevlahan
Published March 23, 2016 in Special Report: Parking (27 comments)

OMB Dismisses HHS Appeal for Surface Parking Expansion in Beasley
Thanks to the joined strength of all our voices, we were able to defend residents' vision for a renewing downtown.
by Michael Borrelli
Published March 15, 2016 in Special Report: Parking (45 comments)

Hamilton Health Sciences' Controversial Plan For Surface Parking Angers Community
Hamilton Health Sciences is circumventing local decision-making in an attempt to frustrate and exhaust a group of concerned citizens who have already successfully made their case to a Council committee that new surface parking is not needed.
by Michael Borrelli
Published September 15, 2015 in Special Report: Parking (22 comments)

By the Numbers: Impacts of Paid Parking at Work on Commuter Modal Share
Despite the obvious moans and groans, paid parking at work has the potential to play a significant role in reshaping our transportation mode share in Hamilton.
by Matt Pinder
Published July 08, 2015 in Special Report: Parking (37 comments)

Scratching the Surface
A city's downtown core can have attractive destinations worth getting to or it can have abundant parking for people who want to drive to get there. It can't have both.
by Ryan McGreal
Published January 24, 2007 in Special Report: Parking (15 comments)

The High Cost of Free Parking
Humble "free" parking is largely responsible for the catastrophic failures of postwar North American cities.
by Ryan McGreal
Published April 14, 2005 in Special Report: Parking (31 comments)

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