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Old Posted Nov 1, 2019, 4:05 PM
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L.A. Proposes Eliminating Parking Requirements Downtown

I think this would definitely be a game-changer for downtown Los Angeles.

And of course this wouldn't eliminate parking completely; it just means that developers could include as much or as little parking as they want; they would not be subject to parking minimums.


From Streetsblog LA:

L.A. Proposes Eliminating Parking Requirements Downtown

By Joe Linton
Oct 31, 2019



Today, the L.A. City Planning Department (DCP) released its full draft Downtown Community Plan, called DTLA 2040. Once approved, the plan would eliminate parking requirements for all of downtown Los Angeles.

DCP has been working on the new DTLA 2040 plan since 2017. It is the first city communtiy plan update that incorporates the city’s new modular planning code, developed under re:code LA. DTLA 2040 is an update to two existing community plans: Central City and Central City North.

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Link: https://la.streetsblog.org/2019/10/3...ents-downtown/
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