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City Inside/Out: Parking Pains
City Inside/Out: Parking Pains
Seattle is hoping to stimulate economic growth by simplifying regulations and eliminating some minimum parking requirements. An unusual alliance of businesses, labor groups, low-income housing providers and the environmental community support this change, but some neighborhoods are up in arms over the prospect of overcrowded streets and a loss of quality of life. Is Seattle becoming unfriendly to drivers?We hear from residents across the city, and Richard Conlin weighs in as chair of the city council`s planning, land use and sustainability committee. Our studio guests include developer Liz Dunn; Brock Howell of Futurewise; and architect Greg Hill.Should developers drive Seattle`s parking future? Tune in this week for our lively debate!
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