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  • Chase Erkins on parking in Downtown Boise

    "Snowpocalypse" drove home the value of convenient parking for Chase Erkins, a commercial real estate agent whose office is in Downtown Boise. Erkins thinks better public transportation and bike lanes would relieve pressure on Downtown's supply of parking spaces.

"Snowpocalypse" drove home the value of convenient parking for Chase Erkins, a commercial real estate agent whose office is in Downtown Boise. Erkins thinks better public transportation and bike lanes would relieve pressure on Downtown's supply of parking spaces. sberg@idahostatesman.com
"Snowpocalypse" drove home the value of convenient parking for Chase Erkins, a commercial real estate agent whose office is in Downtown Boise. Erkins thinks better public transportation and bike lanes would relieve pressure on Downtown's supply of parking spaces. sberg@idahostatesman.com

Growing pains: Boise looks for answers as Downtown parking tightens

February 18, 2017 11:50 PM