This week is the June edition of Incentives & Instincts, a recurring series in which Justin speaks with economist and friend Bryce Ward about some of the broader challenges facing our society. This month Bryce and Justin respond to a listener inquiry about parking. As it turns out, parking policies have driven much of how American cities look and feel. In this episode they explore studies on parking and congestion, the way American cities were built to accommodate ample parking and the potentials of a technological fix for our parking woes. Transcript here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lsXKhreqYO7-8oNXODdWMJxD4GAIW3nrywKGUZBoFis/edit
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I&I - Parking, why is it always so bad?
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