When I'm in Inglewood my car is parked ____________.

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30 April, 2017

Mia says:

“2 lanes for traffic, 1 each way incl. transit. 2 lanes for parking on either side. Wider sidewalks w trees. Slow traffic is good traffic. ”

30 April, 2017

Mia says:

“Seems like this is just about driving traffic thru as fast as possible, and a disingenuous plan as Roads is steering this initiative. Fail. ”

26 April, 2017

A says:

“Visitors from the burbs should have underground parking options to allow for better use of streetscape for walking (once they've parked)”

26 April, 2017

In from the burbs says:

“If you want people from outside the community to come to eat or shop in inglewood they need a place to park.”

21 April, 2017

Oldscool says:

“SMART cars are not the answer to permanent resident parking issues - dedicated assigned parking spots in the building are”

21 April, 2017

Oldscool says:

“Stop giving relaxations to developers - the rules are there for a reason. This has been going on for 20 plus years and is a joke. ”

21 April, 2017

KH says:

“Move underground parking like at the Atlantic avenue arts building. Maintain some street parking on one side at a time. ”

19 April, 2017

C says:

“Two words: Bike lanes.”

19 April, 2017

Jane says:

“Wider sidewalks would be of better use than parking in a bunch of places, especially after the greenline station is built.”

19 April, 2017

S says:

“Move it underground and use surface space for new buildings or parks.”

18 April, 2017

says:

“With Green Line I hope this will be less of an issue and street parking can be reduced leaving room for more pedestrian/bicycle traffic.”

18 April, 2017

says:

“Residents could be given one street parking pass anything above that is ridiculous as residents have an alley, or garage. End free parking”