June 17, 2024

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The Unaffiliated | What to expect when Colorado’s new parking rules take effect

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A parking garage. (Jordan Graff via Unsplash)

Supporters of Colorado’s new law relaxing parking requirements near transit have high hopes for the impact it could have on housing costs, transportation and the environment across the Denver metro area.

“We quickly realized the parking thing takes a lot of problems down with one swoop,” Rep. Stephanie Vigil told The Colorado Sun in an interview last week. Vigil, a Colorado Springs Democrat, was one of the main sponsors of the parking measure, House Bill 1304.

“I don’t think it’s a silver bullet, because I don’t believe in those,” she said. “But I think as far as policy shifts that have the potential to have a number of good positive impacts and a lot of them with one lift, I think this is a big…

Brian Eason, Jesse Paul and Sandra Fish

2024-06-11 09:26:29

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