Donald Shoup

UCLA

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We Angelenos drive more than anyone in the nation. We spend more hours in traffic and travel longer distances.

L.A.'s Parking Guru

We Angelenos drive more than anyone in the nation. We spend more hours in traffic and travel longer distances.

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Donald Shoup is a Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA and author of  The High Cost of Free Parking .

Downtown LA Tests Adjustable Rate Parking

Donald Shoup is a Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA and author of The High Cost of Free Parking .

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Drivers who park their cars on the streets of Los Angeles may be in for a rude surprise, unless they study the signs that govern the hours that parking meters are in effect.

City Hall Has Angelenos Feeding More to the Meter

Drivers who park their cars on the streets of Los Angeles may be in for a rude surprise, unless they study the signs that govern the hours that parking meters are in effect.

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