Description: Parking regulations often reinforce reliance on the automobile and transform local landscapes by requiring excessive amounts of off-street parking. Long-accepted parking standards are being reevaluated to better address community and environmental impacts and to better accommodate desired patterns of development. Current thinking asserts that, at minimum, generic parking standards should be abandoned in favor of context-sensitive parking requirements and better parking management. This chapter of the Implementation Manual provides an overview of the tools available to Vermont municipalities to address parking needs and issues.

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Vermont Land Use and Education Collaborative

Date: 2007
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