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@Ken Archer; There are few streets like that in DC. But most of our rush-hour restriction are pretty fairly placed. I'm all for finding more parking, but as I said from the original article, the Chicago proposal does seem slanted towards driving more meter traffic. And that has to do their privatization contract more than moving traffic.

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