Well, I can imagine there's always room for them to take down more if conditions are right. The whole gradual draw down of parking spaces, the way they're doing it, seems pretty smart actually. It allows people time to get used to adjust to changes, which will help prevent shock and backlash in public opinion. In addition, it'll give the city breathing room to observe results, plan ahead, and make adjustments as they go.
I'm curious to your thoughts about the whole method, besides the underwhelming number of spaces being removed.