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Reinventing Parking is the podcast about parking policy for anyone who wants a better city and better urban transport. It aims to find and share ways to change parking policy to help you with your urban policy and urban mobility goals. Intro and outro music "Walking Barefoot on Grass" by Kai Engel via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/

Reinventing Parking is the podcast about parking policy for anyone who wants a better city and better urban transport. It aims to find and share ways to change parking policy to help you with your urban policy and urban mobility goals. Intro and outro music "Walking Barefoot on Grass" by Kai Engel via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/
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Reinventing Parking is the podcast about parking policy for anyone who wants a better city and better urban transport. It aims to find and share ways to change parking policy to help you with your urban policy and urban mobility goals. Intro and outro music "Walking Barefoot on Grass" by Kai Engel via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/

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@PaulABarter

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English


Episodes

Where in Europe limits car parking and boosts bike parking?

4/29/2019
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Reinventing Parking #11 is an interview with Fabian Küster, lead author of a report on car and bicycle parking from the European Cyclists' Federation (ECF). It sees minimum bicycle parking requirements as a good thing. For cars, it wants minimums replaced with maximums. Find out more here. Support Reinventing Parking on Patreon. Follow Paul Barter on Twitter.

Duration:00:30:05

Your city needs a parking reform non-profit!

3/20/2019
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Paul's guest this month is Tony Jordan, founder of Portlanders for Parking Reform, which is an example of a rare beast - a non-profit advocacy group dedicated to parking policy reform. Find out more here. Support Reinventing Parking on Patreon. Follow Paul Barter on Twitter.

Duration:00:44:48

Can Walkable Parking help end parking minimums?

2/15/2019
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Embracing Walkable Parking (park-once-and-walk planning) may be much more useful for ending parking minimums than most of us have realized. Parking reformers have a huge opportunity here. https://www.reinventingparking.org/2016/09/walkable-parking-why-most-parking.html"> Find out more here. Support Reinventing Parking on Patreon. Follow Paul Barter on Twitter.

Duration:00:28:20

Auckland unsung parking reform champ

1/10/2019
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Episode 8 is a chat with Matt Lowrie of the Greater Auckland blog about Auckland, New Zealand, and its bold with parking reforms. These include abolishing most of its parking minimums and success with demand-based on-street parking pricing. Find out more here. Support Reinventing Parking on Patreon. Follow Paul Barter on Twitter.

Duration:00:38:08

How Mexico City lost its parking minimums

11/19/2018
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Episode 7 of the Reinventing Parking podcast looks at Mexico City, which abolished its parking minimums in July 2017. There are lessons here for all opponents of minimum parking requirements. Paul Barter spoke with Andrés Sañudo, who was a key player in the successful campaign in Mexico City to get rid of the parking minimums and to improve parking policy more generally. Learn more and read the show notes here. Support Reinventing Transport on Patreon. Follow Paul Barter on Twitter.

Duration:00:27:34

Berlin Parking - Model or Warning?

10/24/2018
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Paul Barter spoke with Jos Nino Notz about parking policy in Berlin, Germany. It is a mixed story. On the one hand, Berlin boldly abolished its parking minimums more than 20 years ago and has strong parking management in the urban core. On the other hand, parking management, especially enforcement, is weak beyond the core. The reasons for this are surprising. This is Reinventing Parking episode 6. For more information see:...

Duration:00:29:03

Parking nerds look at Colombia's cities

9/25/2018
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Carlos Felipe Pardo and Paul Barter had a nerdy parking policy conversation as they tried to wrap their minds around some of the surprising features of parking in Colombia. Show notes: https://www.reinventingparking.org/2018/09/colombia-carlos.html

Duration:00:31:46

Parking Change for Better Public Space

9/12/2018
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Parking change is a key to improving public space in cities. Paul Barter shares the key points from his talk at a Berlin conference organized by the German sustainable transport thinktank, Agora Verkehrswende. Detailed show notes at https://www.reinventingparking.org/2018/09/parking-public-space.html

Duration:00:23:56

The Surprising Power of Parking Management

8/29/2018
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Todd Litman and host, Paul Barter, discuss the surprising power of parking management to ease seemingly difficult problems (and not just parking problems). Show notes are at https://www.reinventingparking.org/2018/08/parking-power-litman.html

Duration:00:35:41

Taming India's on-street parking: Shreya Gadepalli

8/14/2018
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Interview with Shreya Gadepalli of ITDP India on how several Indian cities are working towards improved on-street parking management, with lessons for other cities struggling with parking chaos. Show notes: https://www.reinventingparking.org/2018/08/India-on-street.html

Duration:00:31:36

Trailer

7/22/2018
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This is the trailer for the new Reinventing Parking podcast. The aim of this short episode is to let you know what to expect from future episodes, which will start in a few weeks after this one. Show notes are at https://www.reinventingparking.org/2018/07/new-podcast-option.html

Duration:00:05:23