Some parking minimums make sense
Employees at a hospital in Saskatchewan are getting regular tickets for parking on the street during their shifts. There are 3,000 employees and only 700 employee parking spots. Depending on how many staff members are clocked in at once, 700 seems low – especially for a medical facility.
As usual, parkers want more parking and the-powers-that-be want people to carpool, ride the bus, or take advantage of a yet-to-be-implemented shuttle program.
It makes sense to keep parking scarce in some places, but if you want them to come to work, you probably need to give them a place to park.
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