Parking Bill of Rights, Part Deux


Parking Bill of Rights, Part Deux

A few years ago the City of Atlanta began a program to ‘fix’ its broken parking system. As part of this, they had a citizens commission work with parking managers in the city to go over every rule, regulation, and law to see what could be changed, fixed, or made more clear.

After month of discussions, the primary ‘fix’ was that the signage that provided instructions to parkers needed to be more clear.

It seems that when the rules are explained, and the reasoning behind them, the good citizens of Atlanta felt that the rules were fine. They just needed to be told about them.

Poor communication, you are a heartless beast.


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