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Debates: Issue 206 11 May 2009

A radical approach

Councils must show “boldness and outrageous ambition” if they are to influence driver behaviour and boost parking revenues, argues Richard Walker

Parking policy may be widely misunderstood by the public, perhaps because of the ‘rip-off’ or ‘jobs-worth’ labels often attached to it. But, like it or not, one of the ways to influence driver behaviour is through setting appropriate parking charges.

Designing effective parking charges is unquestionably a...

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