The Council Task Force's own
Final Parking Study concluded:
"Overall parking supply is ample and can support all proposed future growth."
"Developers [are] making little to no contribution to the burdens that new developments will invariably place on parking and mobility infrastructure."
Appropriating home frontage for business parking spots creates narrower driving lanes, poorer sight lines for cars and children, more late-night noise, constant enforcement surveillance and lower property values. It ultimately reduces the number of spots available to residents, their guests and home workers.
Your contributions help us spread the word to more of our neighbors and advocate for the Better Alternative.
Read the Parking Study Findings here
Read the Strategy Recommendations here
View the Parking Action Plan Matrix here
Read the Parking Task Force Proposal here
Then read from your neighbors how this might impact you and decide for yourself:
"Unintended Consequences" - Planet Princeton
"Concerns About Task Force"- Town Topics
"Permit Parking is an Insult" - Planet Princeton
Sensible Streets brings neighbors together for a shared and better Princeton, not against one another to suffer an undue burden. You can help by emailing the Council, speaking out at the next Council meeting and spreading our mission through word-of-mouth and petition.
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