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Parking reform could mean more accessible cities

Possible solution is less public parking, higher rates

Cars fill the lot of the strip mall in Sehome on Oct. 18. Parking requirements for new developments are hindering growth of housing and having negative impacts on the environment
Cars fill the lot of the strip mall in Sehome on Oct. 18. Parking requirements for new developments are hindering growth of housing and having negative impacts on the environment (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
An audience of concerned cyclists, pedestrian-enthusiasts and urban planners gathered recently to le
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