The Parking Task Force proposed a 1/2 mile radius from a nearby Princeton business address as the standard for appropriating residential streets for the business-parking scheme. Other streets have been explicitly named in various versions of the plan. Scroll down for more maps.
Our view? If the Council sets a precedent of spillover parking in one neighborhood, it will soon follow in others. That's why we stand with every neighborhood against the fundamental premise. We believe residential neighborhoods should be protected for residential use.
North Stanworth Drive
South Stanworth Drive
This list of streets is representative of the potential impact of the Permit Parking Proposal, but developed from maps that lacked sufficient detail to guarantee absolutely accuracy. We recognize that the architects of the proposal are constantly changing the methodologies and streets that are included. The intent is to apply the Task Force's own methodology as a precedent across Princeton to generate awareness of the scope and scale of the impact.
Specifically targeted streets of a past version of the plan can be viewed on the municipal website here:
(link good as of as of 11/17/2021 )
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