So many cars and nowhere to park. The problem often boils down to the issue of street use and for many cities the only solution is private parking paid for by the resident.
"Parking was impossible. It got so bad that one couple couldn't remember where their cars were. They lived in a big city neighborhood of apartments, houses, stores, and restaurants. Day after day, they drove around and around, block after block, before finding parking spots for the night. Then they began to jot down addresses so they could find their cars in the morning.Ultimately, it was too much. They bought another apartment, in a different neighborhood two miles away. The building has a garage, where they own two spaces." Planning Magazine reports.
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