SF State put on their second annual PARK(ing) Day on Sept. 16 to raise awareness of the advantages that more public spaces can create.
Design and Industry students, along with students from other SF State organizations, turned five different parking spaces into temporary parks.
With venues in Centennial Walkway, Tapia Drive, Holloway Avenue, the quad and the fifth level of the parking structure, students and faculty were able to experience parking structures as areas of recreation and fun.
"It's a statement," senior Kyle Kryska said. "It's a worldwide statement that one day we can reclaim these parking spaces for public use."
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