Ann Arbor Area Community News
The April issue of the Observer features an article on parking downtown titled Parking is Money: Who parks downtown—and who pays? The article discusses the complicated issue of downtown parking (is there enough? too much?), the effect it has on retail and residents, and who pays or doesn’t pay for parking downtown. Following on the heels of the delivery of the Observer, the Ann Arbor News runs a front-page article today on parking and density. Poll shows support for denser downtown area: But Ann Arborites see parking as a problem is based on a poll of 300 residents commissioned by the DDA.
So how about it? Do you see parking downtown as a problem or is it fine the way it is? If you think it is a problem, what are the possible solutions (car-sharing, increased public transportation, increased downtown density)?
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