Curb space is where movement meets access. However, this valuable and flexible public space is not always optimized for its highest and best use. Curb space can be used not only as car parking and loading, but also as the front stoop, sidewalk café, transit hub, freight delivery zone, taxi stand, rain garden, or trash collection area. It serves many purposes throughout the day and makes possible the exchanges and interactions that occur on great streets. Curb space has historically been a reliable revenue source for municipalities through parking fees, and a key indicator for real estate and retail value. The curb space is usually contested; reassigning curb space for new purposes is often politically fraught, in part because use of the curb is competitive and viewed as zero-sum.
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