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What's been left out of the conversation is the cost of RPPs. Why would tenants (no matter the number of parking places in their garage) pay a substantial amount for a garage parking place when they can pay $35 a year for a permit on-street parking permit?

There is too much demand for on-street parking and not "enough" supply. On-street parking is also less secure than garage (or even off-street) parking and not subject to the whims of Parking Enforcement. Those are just a few reasons why people people pay a substantial amount of money for a garage space instead of a street permit.

by Scoot on Jan 11, 2013 10:09 am • linkreport

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