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The Ministry of Transport decided to ban parking in the yards and on the streets of cities

The Ministry of Transport decided to expand the “successful” commercial practice of organizing paid parking in Moscow throughout the country. Portal “AutoVzglyad” explains the situation.

Officials are proposing that regions organize paid parking if 85% of on-street parking spaces are occupied. It is apparently suggested that this figure reflects the level of well-being of the residents of a particular area. Although really rich people rarely live in “anthills”. At the same time, according to the Ministry of Transport, parking lots and garage complexes should replace parking for passenger cars on the street. And to encourage the population to use it, it is necessary to reduce the number of conventional parking spaces.

The story itself is a bit strange. Of course, the desire to earn is present in every department at the genetic level. However, it is necessary to understand that such an initiative will encourage regional authorities not to create comfortable road infrastructure, but vice versa – to take advantage of its imperfection and “milk” the last money from car owners.

And in general, it would make more sense for the state to be concerned with reducing the cost of mobility, and not with how to eliminate cars from our lives altogether.

Officials are proposing that regions organize paid parking if 85% of on-street parking spaces are occupied. It is apparently suggested that this figure reflects the level of well-being of the residents of a particular area. Although really rich people rarely live in “anthills”. At the same time, according to the Ministry of Transport, parking lots and garage complexes should replace parking for passenger cars on the street. And to encourage the population to use it, it is necessary to reduce the number of conventional parking spaces.

The story itself is a bit strange. Of course, the desire to earn is present in every department at the genetic level. However, it is necessary to understand that such an initiative will encourage regional authorities not to create comfortable road infrastructure, but vice versa – to take advantage of its imperfection and “milk” the last money from car owners.

And in general, it would make more sense for the state to be concerned with reducing the cost of mobility, and not with how to eliminate cars from our lives altogether.

Source: Avto Vzglyad

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