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The problem with the city raising parking prices itself is politics. No council-member will vote for market pricing for parking because his/her voters would revolt. If you sell to a company, there is an initial huge windfall, which voters can appreciate, because the benefits of the change are seen up-front [and the 'pain' comes later!]

I think an article comparing Indianapolis and Chicago would be very interesting.

by renegade09 on Dec 10, 2012 3:06 pm • linkreport

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