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proposed approach for flexible low-cost housing, e.g. for addressing homelessness, refugee, emergency, affordable housing needs, from Tim McCormick. 
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a proposed approach for flexible low-cost housing, e.g. for addressing homelessness, refugee, emergency, affordable housing needs, from Tim McCormick. 
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The idea is that cities, especially in the US, typically have large numbers of free parking spaces that are often unused, or in any case arguably mis-priced. Cities usually also have parking management programs for their parking on public land, e.g. streets, that create zones and rules, and issue different types of permits for parking use (police/emergency, special event, Resident Parking Permit programs, commercial vehicle, etc). 
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What if cities extended their parking management programs to create a "Parking Dwelling Permit" (PDP) sub-program, in which certain parking locations might be marked as allowing or requiring such PDPs?  PDPs might be issued in the following way:
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Twitter hashtag search link for topic:  [https://twitter.com/search?q=#ParkingDwellingPermit&src=typed_query&f=live #ParkingDwellingPermit]. 
 
Twitter hashtag search link for topic:  [https://twitter.com/search?q=#ParkingDwellingPermit&src=typed_query&f=live #ParkingDwellingPermit]. 

Revision as of 14:49, 9 September 2019

a proposed approach for flexible low-cost housing, e.g. for addressing homelessness, refugee, emergency, affordable housing needs, from Tim McCormick. 

The idea is that cities, especially in the US, typically have large numbers of free parking spaces that are often unused, or in any case arguably mis-priced. Cities usually also have parking management programs for their parking on public land, e.g. streets, that create zones and rules, and issue different types of permits for parking use (police/emergency, special event, Resident Parking Permit programs, commercial vehicle, etc). 

What if cities extended their parking management programs to create a "Parking Dwelling Permit" (PDP) sub-program, in which certain parking locations might be marked as allowing or requiring such PDPs?  PDPs might be issued in the following way:

 

 

Twitter hashtag search link for topic:  #ParkingDwellingPermit

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