While this article from the Gazette is a start, this post is nearly as relevant today as it was 5 years ago. The management of parking will not occur in a progressive manner without discourse, but Cities must be willing to to make change for the betterment of the community and it’s patrons.
“Nobody goes there anymore, it’s too crowded.”
This of course is one of the quotes that is credited to Yogi Berra. The quote is an oxymoron, however it is repeated on a regular basis in a variety of manners. Probably the way that is most often stated in Colorado Springs is as follows:
“Downtown is dying, nobody goes there because you can’t find a place to park.”
Have you made this statement before? It’s okay, I won’t call anybody out, but chances are, this has been stated by you, or at a minimum, to you. This statement is a fallacy unless you are talking about a place that literally does not have any parking (I’m not sure that a place like this exists in the United States). I hear it in Downtown Colorado Springs often. Yes, there are places to park. Downtown has on-street parking on the majority of its…
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