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Quota system considered for govt. vehicles
    2011-10-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Han Ximin

    THE city will increase parking fees at places of business and crowded areas. It is also considering imposing congestion fees.

    A quota system of parking fees will be imposed among vehicles owned by government agencies and institutions. The city’s budget will not support the expenses beyond the quota, according to the measures released by the commission to control traffic congestion.

    The city will categorize parking lots into different levels and charge different fees accordingly. The parking costs in the CBD will be greatly increased. It is also considering increasing parking fees in non-residential areas to reduce the number of vehicles at offices and business areas. The parking lots of office building will open to the public during nonworking hours. Moreover, the city will give awards to drivers who voluntarily suspend driving and take public transport. Coaches of enterprises and schools with more than nine seats can use bus lanes.

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