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Cities eliminate excess garages and lots

Urban centers are finally relaxing zoning laws that caused an unnecesarry boom in parking spots Parking lots. The vast expanses of asphalt dot the land like squares of barren earth. But when was the last time you saw an entirely full parking lot? A series of studies in recent years have shown that the supply of parking spots has outpaced demand for years. Now, cities are beginning to do something about it.
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