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Having the parking zones match ward boundaries is actually a pretty good system. Increasing the cost of residential parking permits seems a more effective way to manage the issue.

Just take a look at Chicago to see how quickly smaller zones can become a nightmare. There are many, many very small zones that are really designed to only serve the residents of that specific area. In some cases, one side of a block will be one zone and the other side will be a different zone--meaning you can't park across the street from your house!

by LA on Dec 10, 2012 10:26 am • linkreport

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