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March 22, 2005

"The High Cost of Free Parking"

As the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports, professor Donald Shoup of UCLA has just released his magnum opus on the consequences of free parking. Judging by its table of contents, the book sounds important. Shoup is perhaps the world's leading expert on parking, so I'm optimistic. More when I've read it...

Why parking matters so much is summarized here (registration required).

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