Parking is Underpriced, Creating Lots of Problems


Correct Price = Lowest Cost That Still Leaves 1-2 Empty Spots Per Block
Yet another great installment in the "Moving Beyond the Automobile" series from our friends at Streetfilms. This episode explores the problems caused by under-priced parking spots in cities; how some of the most valuable land in the world is almost given away, meaning that free spots are hard to find and a large fraction of the traffic is cars cruising around, looking for a spot, polluting the air and emitting CO2... But there are ways to fix that, as the video above shows. Via Streetfilms. See also: The 'Sperm Bike' Carries Donor Samples to Fertility Clinics Around Copenhagen

Tags: Transportation