On Thursday, Oregon approved the largest rollback to parking mandates in modern US history. The unanimous vote by the state’s land use commission came through an unusual channel: an administrative action, ordered by the governor, that breathed new ambition into the broadly written land use laws that have gradually shaped Oregon for 50 years. The […]
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This has been a hard won victory. We especially need it given our continuing housing and homelessness crisis. I can think of a few underutilized sites around me that are extremely transit accessible and will be ripe for low or no parking development due to this change.