Culver City's new policy does not mean that new restaurants and new housing will have no parking. Developers will still include parking in new developments; the city won't require them to comply with required parking minimums.
L.A. 25x25 pushes to give 25 percent of street space back to the people by 2025 - expanding Slow Streets, outdoor dining, plazas, green space, bus shelters, tree planting, pedestrian space, and bus and bike lanes
Monterey Park is proposing lane expansions and parking lots - with virtually no community engagement. No surveys were sent out. No town halls were conducted. No input from residents on how we want our tax dollars spent.