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Under Attack

Across the U.S. and Canada, the parking industry is under attack. In the United States, some of our largest cities, including New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and San Francisco have parking taxes of 20 percent or more. Some cities, like Boston are considering imposing a parking tax for the first time, while others are considering raising existing taxes on the industry. Read more >>

Paying a Fair Share: Airports and Off-Airport Operators Collide, Collaborate Over Airport Access Fees

Airports and off-airport parking operators have often had an uneasy but symbiotic relationship. Airports create parking demand for off-airport operators. Off-airports sometimes feature price points and service products that complement an airport’s offerings and help provide an overall positive flying experience for the customer. Read more >>

Parking Community Joins to Fight Tax Increase in San Francisco

In August 2006, four members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors placed a measure on the ballot, Prop E, to increase the parking tax from 25 to 35 percent. The additional 10 percent surcharge represented a 40 percent increase to the current tax, which was already one of the highest in the nation. Read more >>

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