San Diego City Council votes to eliminate parking requirements for new housing developments in transit priority areas

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego City Council has voted 8-1 to eliminate parking requirements for new housing developments that sit within a half-mile of a public transit stop. Downtown housing developments will also be capped at one parking space per unit rather than per bedroom. More info to come.

City Council votes on loosening city parking requirements

UPDATE: San Diego City Council votes 8-1 in favor of eliminating city parking requirements for multifamily residential developments in transit priority areas with modificationsSan Diego City Council votes on eliminating city parking requirements for multifamily housing developments built within a half-mile of an existing or planned public transit stop.Do you think the proposed changes will help solve the affordable housing crisis?

Posted by KUSI News on Monday, March 4, 2019

 

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