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Cities are increasingly recognizing that parking requirements have a big impact on housing affordability — and they’re working to address it. (John Matychuk on Unsplash)

Less parking can mean more housing. Here’s how.

Combined with new mobility tools, new policies could reduce the need for parking in cities — and help make housing more abundant and affordable.

Our latest “City of the Future” episode explores the concept of a monthly mobility package that bundles together transit, bike-share, car-share…

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Where technologists and urbanists discuss the future of cities. The official blog of Sidewalk Labs.

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