San Diego: Lawsuit Challenges City Measure to Eliminate Parking in Transit Areas

The City of San Diego has been sued over its plan to eliminate parking requirements for future development projects.

The group, CREED 21, represented by mayoral hopeful Cory Briggs filed the lawsuit in state court Friday.

The suit claims the city passed the ordinance which removes parking minimums for developers near bus and trolley stops without conducting any of the necessary environmental reviews.

City council approved the plan on March 9 in an 8-to-1 vote.