Sydney City Council Plans to Increase Carsharing Parking Policy Rates

The Sydney Morning Herald reported the city plans to update its carsharing policy with changes affecting parking due to the rapid growth of carsharing in the city.

According to the article, the council plans to introduce a $220 administration fee per parking space for car share operators. Additionally, there will also be minimum-use requirements for the allocation of additional parking spaces.

Read the full article by clicking the URL: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/city-of-sydney-flags-changes-to-car-share-policy-amid-increasing-popularity-20160514-gov6i2.html

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