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Austin becomes largest U.S. city to drop parking-spot requirements

  • Austin, Texas has become the largest city in the U.S. To eliminate minimum parking requirements for new developments, aiming to address the affordability crisis and promote public transit.
  • The Austin City Council voted to remove minimum parking requirements for all property types citywide, allowing developers to decide their own parking needs.
  • The elimination of these requirements is expected to decrease housing costs, reduce carbon emissions, and encourage more walkable development.
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