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Re: people with garages - David's suggestions address this. If you have a garage, you don't need a RPP (which absolutely should be more expensive than it is now), but if you want one, you shoul dpay the same as everyone else. And you're "entitled" to purchase visitor street passes at the same rate as everyone else. Access to parking should be driven by pricing, not some subjective determination of who is more entitled to it. Residents will already receive preference because the RPP, even at 10 times the rate it is now, will still be less expensive than visitor passes. High-demand areas around a metro shodld still have some RPP-only slots available, as well, or the commuter-problem will continue.

by dcd on Dec 5, 2012 12:26 pm • linkreport

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