Parking—it’s a headache sometimes. Now that downtown Birmingham is bustling with new business, restaurants, apartments and hotels, where are we going to park? Well, we’re just in luck. The city’s Design Review Committee just gave the thumbs up for a new parking deck downtown and we’ve got the scoop.Continue reading “New Birmingham parking deck will bring over 700 parking spaces to downtown”
Who carries quarters anymore? Certainly not me. And yet, parking in downtown Birmingham is nearly impossible if you don’t. However, the Birmingham City Council Transportation Committee just voted to approve a partnership with ParkMobile. In the near future, public parking could be one click away.Continue reading “Birmingham, meet ParkMobile–an app that could make parking a breeze”
Paying for and finding parking spaces in Birmingham with an app? Yes, please.
Does the price of parking in downtown Birmingham have you avoiding the area? We have done a little investigating to uncover some free parking spots and a few super cheap options too.
Homewood’s plans for roadwork this year include a variety of projects. While some plans are still being finalized, it’s good to know how and when your commute might be affected.
And, maybe, like me, you are curious if getting in and out of the Wildwood Chick-fil-A at lunch time will get faster this year!
When attending a university that’s located in the heart of a bustling city, parking is going to be a consistent hassle. The University of Alabama at Birmingham is one such campus. But things are soon to change. To enhance the experience of students, employees and guests, UAB connected with Kimley Horn, a premier planning and design engineering consultant. Continue reading “UAB to get on-campus parking decks and other enhancements”
The demand for easier parking in the Magic City has been up for quite a while, and it is difficult to mend the situation through parking development.
As mentioned before, downtown bham isn’t the only area that is growing. Our “Over the Mountain” neighborhoods are revitalizing and proving worthy as well!
Currently, a Homewood developer has big plans for 18th Street and 28th Ave. South.
Top Notch School. Terrible Parking. UAB Students share their take on parking the first week back.
*enrolls the biggest class in school history* **adds 0 parking** #stayblazin
— Colin Silva (@Colin_Silva) August 29, 2016