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Case in point, parking minimums don't force people to drive,

Incorrect in that they create built environments that are hostile towards other modes. So they do force some people at the margins (those who won't accept a certain walking condition) to drive. It is exactly the same as saying that eliminating parking minimums will force people into other modes. Each pushes a certain number of people at the margin in one way or another.

by MLD on Jan 10, 2013 3:38 pm • linkreport

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