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Simple rules:

* Reduce RPP zones to ANC SMDs. People who actually live on a border, could be given access to the zone accross the street.

* Start charging real rates for RPPs. Start with $365 for the first car. A dollar a day is a near giveaway. Triple that for a second car per household. No third permit is given per household.

* If a lot has a parking spot or garage, any RPP sticker is priced at the 'second car' rate.

* Every resident get can booklets of 10 day-passes in their zone(s) for $50 per booklet. No more than 10 booklets per household per year. On the day-pass, date and car-tag need to be noted.

* All parking meters will go to performance parking per SMD ANC zone. Pricing is set so that 5% of spots are free at peak times. Prices are indicated on electronic signs at the parking meter.

@ Tom Coumaris:4. In the Old City the front yards are also owned by the city but used for free by the attached resident. Should we auction peoples' front yards off too?

The pay for it by maintaining. But if necessary, they could be taken away yes.

by Jasper on Dec 10, 2012 11:38 am • linkreport

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