Thursday, October 17, 2013

New York - Why Drivers Should Pay to Park on Residential Streets

City drivers are traditionally unwilling to pay for a spot on a residential street. Some cities do require residential parking permits, but the fees tend to be nominal (the U.S. high is about $100 a year) and don’t reflect proper value of the space. Public officials tend to view residential street parking charges as a political poison. Read more.

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