In 1900, there were an estimated 14 million horses in the United States. Automobiles began replacing horses early in the 20th century. Finding space for autos became a real challenge beginning in the 1920s as more people flowed into teeming business districts. Free parking was fast becoming a thing of the past and, by the 1950s, parking was big business.
From horse and buggy to a present day modern parking facility, join Professor Rick on a fascinating journey through time and the history of parking. Click here to launch the Parking 101 presentation (download time can take 2-3 minutes - once loaded, click the play button).
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