Published in Planning Magazine: Curb Control

June 3, 2019

Parking is so passé. Swiftly changing mobility options and competing priorities mean planners need to practice active curb management.

 

The future use of the city curb will no longer be car storage – it will be a terminal for multimodal mobility that generates more revenue, and better transportation capacity. Jason Schrieber of Stantec’s Urban Places shares his views on the future of the curb.

Read the full article in Planning Magazine.

 

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