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RCCAO Reports on Parking

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The City of Toronto has not meaningfully updated its parking standards since 1986, says a new report by the Ryerson Urban Analytics Institute.

“Toronto’s parking standards haven’t been revised in three decades, and that’s a problem considering that affordability, stormwater capacity and travel behaviour are factors that need to be considered,” says professor Murtaza Haider of the Ryerson Urban Analytics Institute. He is the co‐author of “How Parking Regulations Need to Evolve for High‐Rise Buildings.”

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