Tag: parking

City announces new parking restrictions

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com The city has enacted new parking restrictions for the 100 block of Duke Street and the 200 block of South...

Parking open house answers some questions, raises others

By Missy Schrott | mschrott@alextimes.com The Parking Standards for New Development Projects Task Force held an open house on Nov. 1 to discuss upcoming proposed...

Letter to the Editor: City should stop telling visitors to park...

Last week, Alexandria’s Traffic and Parking Board voted to expand payto-park to three additional blocks in Old Town’s southeast quadrant. This means anyone not...

Our View: Divergent realities on parking in Alexandria

It’s difficult to recall an issue with a bigger discrepancy between the views of residents and city officials than that of parking in Alexandria. Residents...

Our View: For parking, like medicine, the first rule is ‘do...

Residents should pay attention as city council prepares to vote later this year to reduce the amount of parking required for new development within...

Council to consider new parking standards

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com The Alexandria Parking Standards For New Development Task Force and the Transportation & Environmental Services department brought proposed changes to parking standards before...

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to Alexandria Times for raising relevant...

To the editor:  It feels good to write and thank the editors of the Alexandria Times for publishing balanced and thoughtful editorials on critical issues...

Letter to the Editor: Planning commission’s BI recommendation fell within its...

To the editor: Speaking as an individual member of the Alexandria Planning Commission, I would like to respond to the Times’ recent coverage of land...

Our View: It’s time for an Alexandria ombudsman

A conflict of interest is defined as a situation where a person is positioned to derive personal benefit from actions or decisions made in...

My View: Parking reduction proposals are unfair

By Rod Kuckro Alexandria residents should be very wary of a proposal working its way through city hall that would deny neighborhoods the ability to...
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