Windy City shows way on parking future, by Cliff Hague

Parking lots are an extensive feature of US cities. Some are multi-storey, some are ground level and others are subterranean. Some are corner sites, whole blocks, purpose built or "temporary". But it seems the times they are a' changin', if not quite in the way Bob Dylan envisaged all those decades ago.

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