Dissecting Curb Parking

Alan Durning has an outstanding post over at Sightline looking at the policy and expectations around residential curbside parking, including this gem:

Urban planners and lawyers may think of on-street parking as public property: a shared, public resource to be managed for the common good. Most home owners–and most voters–think of curb spaces as their own, their domain, their property.

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