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Seattle eyes reforming parking rules to reduce carbon footprint
City Inside/Out: Parking Policies
2/16/201829:29

POLL:  Should Seattle reduce its neighborhood parking?

If you've tried parking in Seattle recently, you may have noticed higher rates and fewer spaces. It's part of a push to reduce the city's carbon footprint while promoting transit use and more housing affordability. But will it put drivers in a tough spot? We take a look at the Seattle City Council's controversial proposal to reform parking rules.

Guests: 
Sarah Calvillo, Works in South Lake Union
Ryan Cleveland, Seattle resident
Mark Hallenbeck, WA State Transportation Center (UW)
Kannan Haridas, Works in South Lake Union
Lisa Herbold, Seattle City Council
Rob Johnson, Seattle City Council
Mike O'Brien, Seattle City Council
Hester Serebrin, Policy Director, Transportation Choices Coalition
Nathan Torgelson, Seattle Dept. of Construction & Inspections
Candace Vaivadas, Seattle resident

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