Boston slow to catch up to residents' car-free lifestyles

10/1/2013 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Census data show that many Boston residents use public transportation and that the number of residents without cars has risen over the past decade, but city officials still generally require a certain number of parking spaces for new residential developments. Paul McMorrow, an associate editor at CommonWealth magazine, urges the city to reconsider its 1970s-era policies to better align development with the way residents live. A developer's request to build apartments without parking is its latest opportunity, he writes.

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