Public transit is supposed to ease parking issues. But trouble brews when commuters drive to public transit stations and leave their cars in the surrounding areas. Nobody wants 300 commuters parked in their neighborhood every weekday.
Parkers who use the bus line that begins in Clinton Township drive various distances to take the bus the rest of the way to New York City. The local government is thinking about making it harder for them to park on the streets near the station. Residents have mixed opinions about how much the commuters infringe on their streets and don’t want parking time limits to affect how their own parking habits. Read here for more details.
People are willing to live a long away away from their work. Not only that, many of the people who ride buses also have cars. Times have changed. It’s a new reality that public transit officials and parking planners should consider.