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Donald Shoup, professor of urban planning at the University of California, will discuss the high costs associated with parking, as well as market-based parking reforms that can improve urban metro areas both economically and environmentally.

In 2018, Shoup released his book, Parking and the City. He is the preeminent guru of parking policy, and he has spent more than forty years researching its economic, geographic and environmental consequences. His books and talks explore how parking reforms can make room for other modes of transportation and land uses, and lead to greater affordability, walkability, and public health.

Donald Shoup, professor of urban planning at the University of California, will discuss the high costs associated with parking, as well as market-based parking reforms that can improve urban metro areas both economically and environmentally.

In 2018, Shoup released his book, Parking and the City. He is the preeminent guru of parking policy, and he has spent more than forty years researching its economic, geographic and environmental consequences. His books and talks explore how parking reforms can make room for other modes of transportation and land uses, and lead to greater affordability, walkability, and public health.

Donald Shoup, professor of urban planning at the University of California, will discuss the high costs associated with parking, as well as market-based parking reforms that can improve urban metro areas both economically and environmentally.

In 2018, Shoup released his book, Parking and the City. He is the preeminent guru of parking policy, and he has spent more than forty years researching its economic, geographic and environmental consequences. His books and talks explore how parking reforms can make room for other modes of transportation and land uses, and lead to greater affordability, walkability, and public health.

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https://kinder.rice.edu/events/kinder-institute-forum-donald-shoup

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