At its March 25, 2008, meeting, Asheville City Council agreed to accept a parking study prepared by consultant Kimley-Horne. The study sets out where future parking needs will be the greatest in Asheville’s central business district and offers suggestions for improvements, such as more security in parking decks and better signage. Here’s a summary of the study that was presented to Council.
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