Regulations and Zoning
Parking Policy Innovations in the United States
See Full Recap
In recent years, cities across the United States have adopted a range of parking policy reforms to manage the existing parking supply, reduce traffic, cut pollution, and bolster city finances. Reforms include eliminating minimum parking requirements for development projects, enabling developments and businesses to share parking facilities, and using technology solutions to efficiently manage the supply of on-street parking. This interactive report allows users to access information on policies from cities across the U.S. A searchable, filterable database includes a range of recent policy examples that represent significant shifts from the status quo depending on the local context.
2021 Terwilliger Center Home Attainability Index
This resource provides a high-level snapshot of the extent to which a housing market provides a range of choices attainable to the regional workforce.See Full Recap