We can learn a lot about parking issues and development from bigger cities.
“In a lot of the bigger cities, they’re starting to think about, already, how to build their parking garages now so that they can be adapted to be turned into something else in 20 to 30 years when we have automated vehicles that can park somewhere else,” Erkins said.
So what is the right way to handle Downtown’s shrinking parking supply?
People who do business Downtown, as well those who plan its future, say the best answer lies in a quiver of partial solutions. Besides more car slots, they say, Downtown Boise needs to offer better alternatives to driving."
Other ideas include;
"In the short term, that means adding park-and-ride systems. One initiative is already underway."
"A better bicycle network also would encourage Downtown commuters to get out of their cars."
"A third partial solution is a more attractive public transportation system. This is likely to be the most expensive and politically fraught option."
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