Award–winning journalist Andrea Bernstein is the Metro Editor for WNYC News. She has previously served as Political Director, Director of Transportation Nation, and Senior Reporter.
Probably not, no one does. But as the Institute for Transportation Development Policy reports, an increasing number of municipalities are looking to variable parking rates as a way to get people to leave their spots more quickly. They say it can ease congestion, curb pollution, help merchants by making more parking available, and get more people to ride transit. But making people feed in a few more quarters? Fuggedaboutit! Listen to the full report, tonight on Marketplace.