For nearly a century, cities across the United States and beyond have required new developments to provide a set number of off-street parking spots, but research has shown that these requirements can lead to an oversupply of parking. Cities have also struggled to balance supply and demand for on-street and public parking. In recent years, cities have adopted a range of parking policy reforms.
ULI is exploring parking policy innovations by compiling a growing collections of policies from cities across the United States in an interactive report featuring a fact sheet library and searchable database.
This interactive report allows users to access information on parking policies from cities across the United States. A searchable, filterable database includes a range of recent policy examples that represent significant shifts from the status quo depending on the local context.