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Raise RPP to a $100 minimum/year and more for neighborhoods downtown (maybe $500 for Dupont for example). Make the zones a maximum of 5 sq miles each. Leave some buffer areas along commercial corridors (16th st, U st, Mass Ave, Wisc Ave, H St NE etc) that have metered parking. Eliminate parking minimums for new construction. Require instead that new developments contribute a percentage (maybe 2%) of development cost to a comprehensive transportation trust fund that will be dedicated to citywide improvements.

by Alan B. on Feb 14, 2013 3:31 pm • linkreport

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