The concept of parklets is nothing new, but an international
initiative is bringing the idea to the public. September 21 is the eighth
annual celebration of PARK(ing) Day, which encourages artists, designers, and
regular citizens to transform metered parking spaces into temporary public
The movement started in 2005, when a San Francisco art and design
studio decided to rent a streetside parking space for the maximum two hours
allowed on the meter and convert it int....
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Love this concept. Have read about this on other websites.