All Transportation is Local: Rewrite the Rules to Boost Growth, Not Traffic

Many regulations make it hard for residents to get around without a car. Old, suburban-oriented standards force developers to build parking garages and widen streets to accommodate traffic, and in the process make it harder to walk and create successful transit. Cities are increasingly flipping the script, updating these old mandates and encouraging developers to make it easier to use other transportation options. Cities are also taking on outdated taxi laws that haven’t adapted to a new transportation era.
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