SD City Council Eliminates Parking Requirement for New Multi-Family Development in Some Areas.
City Council Approves Measure Eliminating Parking Requirements for Some Housing Developments
The reform eliminates parking space requirements for multi-family housing developments that are located within a half-mile of a trolley or bus stop
The San Diego City Council voted Monday to eliminate parking requirements for some future developments in an effort to meet the city's affordable housing needs.
The council voted 8-1 on reforms that will eliminate parking space requirements for some multi-family housing developments built within a half-mile of an existing or a planned transit stop. A "planned transit stop" is defined as one that will be operational by 2050, according to the San Diego Association of Governments' 2050 Regional Transportation Plan.