Shoup on Lehrer

Parking policy maven Donald Shoup will be on the Brian Lehrer show this morning, WNYC, 93.9 FM. He’ll be delving into the question: Is on-street parking too cheap in Manhattan?

He’ll also be speaking tonight at 6pm:

Fordham University – Pope Auditorium
113 W. 60th St. (at Columbus Av.)
Manhattan

By the way, check out our new Donald Shoup theme song: 

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