Parking

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Parking, from most recent to least.

DC Parking Study Proposes Rules that Change from Neighborhood to Neighborhood

DC Parking Study Proposes Rules that Change from Neighborhood to Neighborhood

Lark Turner | September 3rd 2014 | 1 Comment

The agency's new Curbside Management Study is thin on concrete changes, but outlines DC's many parking problems well. ... read »

App That Allows People To Auction Street Parking Spaces Faces Shutdown

App That Allows People To Auction Street Parking Spaces Faces Shutdown

UrbanTurf Staff | June 24th 2014

MonkeyParking received a cease and desist letter on Monday, which stated that it violates San Francisco law. ... read »

Logan Circle Micro-Units Eke Out Support from Zoning

Logan Circle Micro-Units Eke Out Support from Zoning

Lark Turner | June 17th 2014

After nearly a year of back-and-forth with the BZA, Brook Rose and Gregg Busch got the go-ahead to continue with their 27-unit micro project next to... read »

Logan Micro-Unit Project Delayed Again by Divided BZA

Logan Micro-Unit Project Delayed Again by Divided BZA

Lark Turner | May 20th 2014 | 3 Comments

BZA Chair Lloyd Jordan said the Board will make a decision on the developer's requested parking variance in about a month. ... read »

ANC 2F Residents Can Finally Apply for Visitor Parking Permits

ANC 2F Residents Can Finally Apply for Visitor Parking Permits

Lark Turner | May 6th 2014

The passes will be valid until the end of the fiscal year, when the city's expected to unveil a new system for assigning VPPs. ... read »

New Proposal Could Take Block-by-Block Look at DC’s Parking Problems

New Proposal Could Take Block-by-Block Look at DC’s Parking Problems

Lark Turner | April 14th 2014 | 2 Comments

Councilmember Mary Cheh proposes creation of a Department of Parking Management in a bill that is likely to pass. ... read »

The Cost of a Parking Spot in DC

The Cost of a Parking Spot in DC

Lark Turner | April 11th 2014 | 3 Comments

How much does a deeded parking spot run you in the District? And what about renting? UrbanTurf takes a look. ... read »

Carless Projects Prohibit Parking, But Will DC Enforce It?

Carless Projects Prohibit Parking, But Will DC Enforce It?

Lark Turner | March 31st 2014 | 25 Comments

Developers say residential projects without parking will attract residents without cars. But the city's outdated residential parking program could... read »

Dupont ANC Forms Committee to Tackle Parking, Public Space

Dupont ANC Forms Committee to Tackle Parking, Public Space

Lark Turner | March 18th 2014 | 1 Comment

Space and how its used, from the streets to the sidewalks, will be the focus of the new ANC 2B committee. ... read »

Dupont Circle Microunit Proposal, Sans Parking, Sails Through ANC

Dupont Circle Microunit Proposal, Sans Parking, Sails Through ANC

Lark Turner | March 13th 2014 | 7 Comments

ANC commissioners lauded the transportation plan for the proposed micro-unit development in the Patterson House. ... read »


 

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