In December, the Tourism Board agreed to use $17,500 of its money to fund a parking study. There's been no word of the status of that study, if consultants have been chosen to do the study or even if an RFP has been issued. But last night, at the Basilica Conversation "Hudson Waterfront: Public Space Ideas for the Future," a team of students from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University, who presented a plan to make Hudson walkable and car free, shared this remarkable information regarding parking: there are 8,000 parking spaces in Hudson, and there are 2,400 cars registered to Hudson residents.
here. The links to other presentations made last night can be found here.
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