Dupont Garage, early 1900s.

Dupont Garage, early 1900s.

Parking garages have been part of the urban landscape for more than a century. How this often-maligned structure contributes to civic life and expands the future of transportation, architecture, and design.

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  • Shannon Sanders McDonald architect, author, and frequent speaker on architecture, parking, and transportation.
  • Robert Puentes Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution

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