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New Conversation article on parking and liveability, by UQ|UP team

While car parking was a non-negotiable amenity for baby boomers, it is an eyesore to millennials and the up-and-coming iGen. Newer generations want more city and fewer cars. Globally, scrapping car parking is the latest trend in urban planning.

What can our cities do about sprawl, congestion and pollution? Tip: scrap car parking | Neil Sipe, Anthony Kimpton, Dorina Pojani | Read the full article in The Conversation.

One thought on “New Conversation article on parking and liveability, by UQ|UP team

  1. Great article- thought provoking and futuristic for cities like Brisbane. Still a way to go to shift the view that ‘I can park outside my home on the street anytime’ in such a highly car dependent city as Brisbane.

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