Adjust the rates to keep one or two parking stalls open on each block face. That may be $5/h on some streets at some times and $0.25/h on other streets at other times. But live experiments are showing that it works. Mostly, it cuts traffic congestion since up to 40% of automobiles in cities are looking for parking.
Well, most of the action is in the courts and in boardrooms. I hate that. The system will get built and I sure as hell hope that when it finally does, that the fact that it got built in a state with pretty strict environmental rules and prevailed anyway, will dampen the enthusiasm of the NIMBYs.
The Golden Gate Bridge had more than 2,000 lawsuits filed against it and was referred to by critics as an “upside down mouse trap.”
I don’t think I need to even say anything more.