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PART I. REMOVE OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS Chapter 1. Truth in Transportation Planning Donald Shoup Chapter 2. People, Parking, and Cities Michael Manville and Donald Shoup Chapter 3. The High Cost of Parking Requirements Donald Shoup Chapter 4. The Unequal Burden of Parking Requirements Donald Shoup Chapter 5. Parking Mismanagement: An Rx for Congestion Rachel Weinberger Chapter 6. The United States of Parking Seth Goodman Chapter 7. The Fiscal and Travel Consequences of Parking Requirements Chris McCahill, Norman Garrick, and Carol Atkinson-Palombo Chapter 8. The Environmental Impacts of Parking Lots Emma Kirkpatrick, Amelie Davis, and Brian Pijanowski Chapter 9. Parking and Affordable Housing in San Francisco Wenyu Jia and Martin Wachs Chapter 10. The Unintended Consequences of New York City's Parking Requirements Simon McDonnell and Josiah Madar Chapter 11. The High Cost of Bundled Parking C.J. Gabbe and Gregory Pierce Chapter 12. Parking Policy in Asian Cities Paul Barter Chapter 13. Parking Infrastructure and the Environment Mikhail Chester, Arpad Horvath, and Samer Madanat Chapter 14. The Parking Glut in Los Angeles Andrew Fraser, Mikhail Chester, and Juan Matute Chapter 15. Less Off-Street Parking, More Mexico City Rodrigo Garcia Resendiz and Andres Sanudo Gavaldon Chapter 16. From Parking Minimums to Parking Maximums in London Zhan Guo Chapter 17. Putting a Cap on Parking Requirements Donald Shoup Chapter 18. Parking Requirements and Housing Development Michael Manville Chapter 19. Parking Reforms Made Easy Richard Willson Chapter 20. Parking Management for Smart Growth Richard Willson Chapter 21. On-Street Parking Management vs. Off-Street Parking Requirements Donald Shoup Chapter 22. Abolishing Parking Requirements: A Guide for Practitioners Patrick Siegman Chapter 23. Buffalo Abandons Parking Requirements Daniel Hess Chapter 24. Solar Parking Requirements Donald Shoup PART II. CHARGE MARKET PRICES FOR ON-STREET PARKING Chapter 25. Cruising for Parking Donald Shoup Chapter 26. Free Parking or Free Markets Donald Shoup Chapter 27. Informal Parking on Sidewalks Donald Shoup Chapter 28. Progressive Parking Prices Michael Klein Chapter 29. Progressive Parking Fines Donald Shoup Chapter 30. Disabled Parking Abuse Michael Manville and Jonathan Williams Chapter 31. Ending the Abuse of Disabled Parking Placards Donald Shoup Chapter 32. Ending Disabled Placard Abuse at Parking Meters: The Two-Tier Solution Donald Shoup and Fernando Torres-Gil Chapter 33. Parking Charity Donald Shoup Chapter 34. Popular Parking Meters Donald Shoup Chapter 35. Parking Limits: Lessons from parking Demand Management in Berkeley Elizabeth Deakin Chapter 36. SFpark Jay Primus Chapter 37. SFpark: Pricing Parking by Demand Gregory Pierce and Donald Shoup Chapter 38. Did SFpark Work? Michael Manville and Daniel Chatman Chapter 39. Cruising for Parking: Lessons from SFpark Adam Millard-Ball, Rachel Weinberger, and Robert Hampshire Chapter 40. Optimizing the Use of Public Garages: Pricing Parking by Demand Gregory Pierce, Hank Willson, and Donald Shoup Chapter 41. LA Express Park Peer Ghent Chapter 42. The Politics and Economics of Parking on Campus Donald Shoup Chapter 43. Cashing Out Employer-Paid Parking Donald Shoup PART III. PARKING BENEFIT DISTRICTS Chapter 44. Parking Matters in Old Pasadena Douglas Kolozsvari and Donald Shoup Chapter 45. Revitalizing a Downtown with Smart Parking Policies Dan Zack Chapter 46. Paid Parking and Free Wi-Fi in Ventura Thomas Mericle Chapter 47. A Parking Benefit District Grows in Houston Maria Irshad Chapter 48. The Benefits of Parking Benefit Districts in Austin Leah Bojo Chapter 49. Parking Benefit Districts in Mexico City Rodrigo Garcia Resendiz and Andres Sanudo Gavaldon Chapter 50. Parking Benefit Districts in Beijing Donald Shoup, Quan Yuan, and Xin Jiang Chapter 51. Parking Benefit Districts in Residential Neighborhoods Donald Shoup Epilogue

About the Author

Donald Shoup, FAICP, is Distinguished Research Professor of Urban Planning in the Luskin School of Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.


"This book is a well-crafted and appropriate follow-up to Shoup's original theoretical bombshell, updating its content for a new political climate and policy sector receptiveness to parking reform relative to that of over 15 years prior... Shoup's sustained energy for and embrace of the field suggest we are likely to see new drives to progress the work further. Certainly, Parking and the City symbolizes something of a 'coming-of-age' for progressive parking research, revealing how far 21st century attitudes to and frameworks of urban parking have transformed and how they now sit within a new political landscape." -Planning Theory and Practice, 2019, Vol. 20, No. 3, Review by Rebecca Clements

"In his landmark book, The High Cost of Free Parking, Donald Shoup, FAICP, argued that reducing subsidies for parking would reduce air pollution and traffic congestion as well as improve land use... In a follow-up book, Parking and the City, Shoup and 46 other contributors examined the results of these reforms in practice and found important benefits for cities, the economy, and the environment."
-American Planning Association

"In recognizing Shoup's decades-long work to improve transportation and land use by reforming cities' parking policies, the American Planning Association placed him among other well-known authors including Rachel Carson and Jane Jacobs."
-UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

"Shoup's writing is as incisive and entertaining as ever. The imperative of parking reform-in a year of wildfires, floods, and transit systems choking on lack of revenue and riders-has never been clearer. Parking and the City is a perfect follow up to a classic work."

"For those who seek to manage and reform parking-and for urban planners, developers, transportation specialists, and policymakers-Parking and the City is an indispensable resource."
-Public Square: A CNU Journal

"Don Shoup has done more to revolutionize the way we think about parking than anybody on the planet. His latest book tells the story of the impact his ideas are having on the subject. It is a must read for anybody who cares about the future of our cities."
-Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Northeastern University, USA

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