22 Photos From the 2014 Edition of Park(ing) Day in Cincinnati
Cincinnati participated along with hundreds of cities worldwide to protest the amount of land dedicated to parking on Friday. Check out our exclusive collection of photos from some of the best Park(ing) Day installations this year.
The 2014 edition of the international protest related to the wasteful use of public land for automobile parking took place this past Friday. PARK(ing) Day, as it is known, took place in hundreds of cities across the globe, including Cincinnati.
As with past years, the majority of Cincinnati’s parking spaces turned temporary parks or hangouts were concentrated in the center city. Perhaps the most prominent installations were in Over-the-Rhine and across the river in Covington.
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