Provocative ideas for Polk Street

(106th in a series of posts on parking)

Although she’s lived in Bethlehem for almost 20 years, Carol Burns’ new career as a freelance marketer is giving her an opportunity to “discover” her hometown. She volunteers for several arts-related organizations, and her newest adventure is dipping her toe into local politics and community organizations.

Gadfly:

Curious about “best practices” for parking garages?

Like — could the top deck have a percentage of space allotted to greenery / bee-loving plants / trees / solar? Could there be a more favorable rate for vehicles with more than one passenger or (better) more than two?

Carol

Refreshing! Doesn’t Carol get you thinking?  Now that’s what I’m talkin’ ’bout — what are your ideas for the Polk Street Garage design or practices?

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