Let’s Keep Parking on the Edge

Even a “really narrow street” community has difficulty accommodating vehicle parking without a loss in Quality.

We haven’t yet discovered anything that Nathan Lewis has written about the Traditional City Pattern of development that wasn’t worth the read. Here’s his latest. Frankly, I think it confirms the thesis of the Piscataquis Village Project: for high quality results, cars should be parked at the edge of Villages that are compact enough to be truly walkable, yet large enough and dense enough to support an internal economy. Full Article

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