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Allston’s No Parking Apartment Building is a Great But Terrible Idea

(Illustration by Peter Crowther/Debut) Last week, architect Sebastian Mariscal proposed a new apartment building with a controversial feature: No parking for cars. Today, in the face […]

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Why Parking in Boston Should Be More Expensive

Parking in Boston seems pricey. It’s not, and we need to make it more expensive.

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Unpaid Parking Tickets Could Haunt Massachusetts Drivers

Unpaid Parking Tickets Haunt Massachusetts Drivers. Warning: No matter how long ago the ticket was issued, no matter how old you are now, and no […]

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MBTA Bus Hits Parking Supervisor, Cars in Kenmore Square

MBTA Bus Hits BTD Parking Supervisor, Cars in Kenmore Square. The bus was illegally parked in the left turning lane at Kenmore Station that leads […]

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MBTA Bus Hits BTD Parking Supervisor, Cars in Kenmore Square

The bus was illegally parked in the left turning lane at Kenmore Station that leads traffic onto Brookline Ave. When the supervisor approached the bus […]

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Parking in Boston is Way Too Cheap

Today, the Globe‘s Brian McGrory uses his column to decry the fact that Mayor Menino has proposed “parklets” for some city parking spaces: By my […]

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Paying For Parking Is About To Get Slightly Easier (Finding It Will Still Be Hard)

Paying For Parking Is About To Get Slightly Easier (Finding It Will Still Be Hard). The city is launching a pre-paid meter card system that […]

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Brookline Really Hates Its Fancy New Parking Meters

Brookline Really Hates Its Fancy New Parking Meters. Following the installation of more than $1 million worth of electronic meters that accept bills and credit […]

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Herald Tests What Could Be Most Useful App In Boston: The Empty Parking Spot Finder

Herald Tests What Could Be Most Useful App In Boston: The Empty Parking Spot Finder. Yes, yes, yes … a thousand times … yes. Please […]

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Apparently, City Parking Enforcement Has No Heart

Apparently, City Parking Enforcement Has No Heart. They ticketed and towed a car pimped out with “Just Married” garb. Cold as ice! [Boston Globe]

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Boston's Public Places OR Parking Spaces?

A unwelcome phenomena in Boston is the use of public space for parking of vehicles on seemingly ‘official’ business. In a city where I’ve seen […]

Winter Survival: Saving Your Parking Spot

After a nor’easter, how best to claim ownership of that parking spot you shoveled out? With a chair, of course. Here, our guide to neighborhood-appropriate space-savers.

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The Quest to See the $100K Parking Spot

Does it really cost $100,000 for a single parking spot at 44 Prince Street? And what do you get for that kind of money? With […]

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The Globe Nails a Parking Violator

My high school principal drove a black Mitsubishi Eclipse with an easily-identifiable vanity plate. So you can imagine the fun a bunch of high schoolers […]