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The Impacts of Parking Reform

TOD Forum

The Twin Cities region has joined a national trend towards reconsidering parking minimums. In doing so, cities are allowing dense, transit oriented development that in many cases would not have been previously possible. The TOD Office explored these reforms and the market's response in our Spring 2019 forum, The Impacts of Parking Reform in the Twin Cities. Please check videos of both panelist interviews and the full forum, as well as the presentations below.

​> Panelist interviews

> Full forum

> Jason Wittenberg - Off-Street Parking Reform in Minneapolis

> Jennifer Jordan - Brooklyn Park TOD Zoning

> Dean Dovolis - Reduced Parking Supports, Efficient, Sustainable and Affordable Growth

> Robb Lubenow - Parking Reform in the Twin Cities


Past Events

TOD forums

The ULI Technical Advisory Panel was a forum hosted by the TOD Office and the Urban Land Institute MN to explore several development opportunities on land owned by Metro Transit. The hour-long panel discussion was led by John Breitinger of Cushman & Wakefield. The focus was on six specific development sites located in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Coon Rapids, Fridley and Wayzata.

> Watch a video of the forum

> Read the final report

Other Past Forums

> Building 21st Century Suburbs

> Reimagining the Winter City

> Creating a Parking District – Towerside Innovation District Parking Framework

> Rapid Bus and Opportunities for Employers and Employees along the A Line

> Equitable TOD – A Midtown Exchange Case Study

> Publicly-owned Parcels – Launching a New Regional GIS Database

> Establishing and Advancing Regional TOD Priorities