Cities such as Washington DC and Fransisco already charge a yearly fee for curbside parking, so why doesn't a congested city like New York City? Currently street parking is free, causing further congestion and often making it very difficult for people to find places to park near their homes. Studies show that people might be willing to pay up to $408 a year to be able to find parking near their homes. It would also help make the streets just a bit more safer, as currently people are more focused on finding that one elusive spot than keeping their eyes open for pedestrians, cyclists, or even their fellow drivers. So with some of the most expensive real estate in the country, why doesn't NYC charge for parking?
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