Pedal & Park: Parking Requirements and the Builder’s Remedy

May is both Bike Month and Housing Month. As a preview to both this April, we’re covering one of the key connecting topics between housing and transit: parking requirements and the builder’s remedy.

Join Tony Jordan and Ann Cheng of Parking Reform Network, Jordan Grimes of Greenbelt Alliance, and Alison Cingolani of SV@Home to learn about how parking requirements when building housing impact biking and public transit and how the “builder’s remedy”—a policy which is making headlines throughout the state for facilitating housing development without local approval— impacts public transit.

About the Biketivist Forum Series

The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition (SVBC) is committed to empowering local leaders with the necessary tools to build expansive, diverse teams capable of leading successful campaigns. We aim to initiate change across San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, enhancing the region’s walkability and bike-friendliness.

The Biketivist Forum Series trains bike activisits (biketivists), to organize events, and provide a platform for discussion and collaboration. Our local teams strive to transform our communities into places where walking and biking are safe and enjoyable. Our teams organize events to attract new members and celebrate the joy of active transportation. For the latest information on our local teams, please visit the SVBC Local Teams page.

Don’t miss this chance to engage with experts at the forefront of shaping a more bike-friendly, housing-inclusive future.

This forum will take place at noon, as our first lunchtime forum of the year; local teams will hold their regular meetings at a later time.

For more details or if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Sandhya at

April 17th
12:00PM - 1:00PM
Online Event