The best way to get upfront parking spots all the time!
Over the past few days several different friends have shared with me a post about how cars are parked 95 percent of the time. So, I guess I better get blogging on this topic!
The post offers three different methods for testing how much of the time cars are parked. They’re all pretty easy to do, and the author ulimately concludes that Donald Shoup — author of The High Cost of Free Parking, among other things — is correct when he argues that cars are parked most of the time.
So, yeah, that’s basically a waste of resources.
But what I really like is where the author goes from there:
One reason to talk about this is to highlight the importance of parking. It is what cars do the vast majority of the time.
It highlights a crucial inefficiency of mass private car ownership. It points towards huge…
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