By Tom Rubin Transit is not always an alternative to parking capacity. The ridership for the Los Angeles Subway (now Red and Purple Lines) was projected at 298,000 in 2000, the year it opened. In the best years, the total barely got over half of that. What is interesting is that the stations South of the Hollywood … More Parking Near Transit Increases Ridership During Peak Commute Hours
This is the first reasonable approach to a solution for slowing development in San Francisco that I am aware of and bears some consideration for those of us who would like to preserve our city. … More Is San Francisco The Brooklyn To Silicon Valley’s unbuilt Manhattan?