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Miami might make public parking more expensive across city
Sep 12, 2018
Miami’s government might raise parking rates across the city for the first time since 2009, in some cases by as much as $1.50 per hour. The reason city administrators give for the hike is simple: The city needs more money.
The amount of increase would depend on the neighborhood. Some high-demand areas such as Brickell, downtown, and Wynwood would see greater hikes than Little River, Calle Ocho and Coral Way, widening the gap between rates in different parts of the city.
For those who skip the meter because they won’t be parked very long, beware. The city also hopes to double the number of officers checking parking meters.
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