parking reform

Parking Reform for Climate Smart Communities

Date:
Thursday, June 4, 2020
Time:
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Cost:
Free - Registration Required

Join us for a discussion about how modernizing municipal parking requirements can help San Jose achieve its climate goals.

In light of COVID-19 economic and health crises, it is more important than ever before to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase the number of available housing units on the market and create communities where people feel safe walking, biking, and enjoying the outdoors. Updating parking and transportation demand management (TDM) requirements are important steps in increasing affordability, improving environmental sustainability, and increasing opportunities for safe, convenient, and enjoyable biking and walking.

Join us for a discussion about how modernizing municipal parking requirements can help San Jose achieve the goals and values expressed in its Climate Smart and Envision San Jose General Plan.

Panelists:

Ann Cheng, GreenTRIP Program Director, Transform

Darin Ranelletti, Policy Director for Housing Security, City of Oakland

Mathew Reed, Policy Manager, SV@Home

Tim Woloshyn, Director of Development, Urban Catalyst Fund

Moderated by Sarah Cardona Director of Climate Policy & Advocacy, Greenbelt Alliance

Where to Meet:

This is an online event. Registration is required to access the webinar.

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