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The Case Against Free Street Parking

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Taking a page from the UCLA school of anti-free-parking, state legislators are looking at a bill that would give financial incentives to cities to cut down on free street parking. In return they'd get more money for parking garages and transit, the idea being that free parking encourages people to drive, and as a result has "significant social, economic and environmental costs." Time to start hoarding quarters! [LAT]