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Los Angeles Parking Enforcement and Policy Under Consideration

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Parking enforcement officers on patrol last week on Larchmont (photo credit: Keith Johnson)

LA Downtown News has a great story about how Los Angeles Parking enforcement and policy have been brought to the fore inside Los Angeles City government. A citizen movement known as the Los Angeles Freedom Parking Initiative, led by Steven Vincent and Jay Beeber, has helped to create the momentum to reform the parking system in the City of Los Angeles. As they work to sponsor a ballot initiative for parking policy reform, the group has been greeted by a mayor who is welcoming the challenge and assembling a team – which includes Vincent and Beeber – to figure out what reform could look like.

With a team of vigilant Traffic Officers ready to greet us on Larchmont every day, we think this story might give our readers some welcome summer relief. Read the LA Downtown News story and check out the LA Freedom Parking Initiative below.

Read More:

LA Downtown News – So How Much Should a Parking Ticket Cost?

Website – Los Angeles Freedom Parking Initiative



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  1. This initiative is a bad idea. Punitive parking fines prevent people from violating the law. There are too many scofflaws especially those that often block my driveway. The current price of the ticket acts as a good deterrent.


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