Monthly Archives: November 2011

A “Surefire Way to get your Butt Kicked?”

I don’t think so. I have reported on this before, thought it was a good idea then, and think it’s a good idea now. Its an app which allows citizens who see cars without handicapped placards to report them to … Continue reading

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Driving a car must be easy…

Think about it — Millions of people drive millions of cars every day in Los Angeles, or New York, or Atlanta, or Houston — and virtually none get in an accident. Now let’s face it, these aren’t people who for … Continue reading

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NYC Goes for Residential Permits — What Could Possibly go Wrong?

Check out the article on PT’s facebook page. Thanks to Wanda for catching this story.  It starts when they are concerned about people parking near subway stations and local arena and then expands and expands.  This will have to be … Continue reading

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Chicago Parking fights “Congestion” Tax

As avid readers of PT’s Parking Blog already know, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed a “congestion” tax which is basically an additional tax on parking in Chicago. The Local Parking Industry Labor Management Committee has begun a campaign to explain … Continue reading

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Privatizing and University Parking

Parking is the most emotive issue on campus. One time University of California president Clark Kerr once said that he “has sometimes thought of the modern university as a series of individual faculty entrepreneurs held together by a common grievance … Continue reading

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20,000 Visits

Parking Today’s web site had just over 20,000 visits in October, a new record.  But the other item to note is that those 20,000 visits were made up of 8,000 unique individuals. WOW! Thanks go out to web master Suda, … Continue reading

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