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Parking Meters

Fourth Ave. merchants debate meters' impact

Fourth Ave. merchants debate meters' impact

Donna DiFiore, owner of Delectables, hopes the city listens to the public about plans to install parking meters. Her restaurant and catering business has been at 533 N. Fourth Avenue for 35 years - and parking has always been an issue, she says.

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Fourth Ave. merchants debate meters' impact

Fourth Ave. merchants debate meters' impact

Merchants along North Fourth Avenue are adopting a wait-and-see attitude when it comes to city plans to install parking meters next year.

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Tucson may redirect ParkWise funds to buy new parking gear

City officials are considering shifting $2 million out of a restricted ParkWise savings fund so the parking agency can buy new equipment.

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City considers doubling downtown parking rates

City considers doubling downtown parking rates

No one's parking on the downtown streets where streetcar work is under way, and officials say no increase in parking rates is likely until after work on laying tracks is complete. Above, a look east on Congress Street from Stone Avenue on Tuesday.

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City considers doubling downtown parking rates

City considers doubling downtown parking rates

A driver feeds a meter outside the Superior Court building on Congress Street just west of Church Avenue. Just a block east, Congress is blocked off to allow streetcar construction work.

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City considers doubling downtown parking rates

City considers doubling downtown parking rates

Parking downtown might become even more precious.

September 26, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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