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Thanks for your coverage of this event.

Among the various points I didn't understand was why people with garages and driveways should not be eligible for visitor passes. First, having a guest park in a driveway may block the resident in, and in a garage may require access to that garage that one doesn't want to provide. And driveways may be in public space, and not have more room.

Second, people with driveways are in many cases already alleviating the parking shortage (yes, the curb cut is a space)--why should they not get a pass when someone who may use two or more street spaces does?

by ah on Dec 5, 2012 12:09 pm • linkreport

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