Parking regulations based on public transport availability

  Amsterdam    [2011]
  Antwerp    [2011]
  Beijing    [2017]
  Budapest    [2012]
  Copenhagen    Areas around metro system has lower parking requirements. Yearly reduction of CBD parking spaces by 3%.  [2011]
  Foshan    [2012]
  Guangzhou    [2017]
  Harbin    [2012]
  Hong Kong    CBD office buildings can decide not to provide any parking at all  [2012]
  Jakarta    [2013]
  Jiuquan    [2013]
  Johor Bahru    [2013]
  Kunming    [2011]
  Lanzhou    [2012]
  London    [2011]
  New York    [2012]
  Paris    Parking not required in new developments within 500m of transit station  [2011]
  San Francisco    [2011]
  Seoul    Lower parking minimums are set in central/transit-rich areas  [2011]
  Singapore    Lower parking requirements for non-residential buildings in central and transit-rich areas  [2011]
  Tianjin    [2012]
  Utrecht    [2012]
  Wuhan    [2011]
  Yichang    [2012]
  Zurich    Lower parking requirements are set for locations close to tram or bus stops  [2011]