By Alex Holt, Maryland Correspondent, Greater Greater Washington; July 24, 2020
Union Station, the nexus of travel for more than 37 million people each year, is set for a multi-billion dollar upgrade to bring this transportation hub and its surrounding facilities up to date. There is only one problem — parking.
A growing number of organizations, neighborhood groups, and public officials have expressed concerns over just how many parking spaces the station needs. Many leaders see a reduction in parking as leaning into a transportation future that is less car-dependent.