This month in parking history: February

February 5, 1971:
Apollo 14 parks directly on top of Armstrong’s original footprint, destroying the iconic symbol of man’s greatest achievement. 

Flustered, astronaut Alan Shephard draws the first thing to come to mind – his cat, Herbert.

Written by Peter V.
Peter is an L.A.-based designer, blogger and daily commuter. He explores what causes parking to suck in urban environments, how to bring about parking regulation changes, and the latest advancements in parking tech.