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Tallinn Asks for Public Opinion on Downtown Parking Fees

Source: Photo: ERR

In a letter mailed to all of its downtown residents, the City of Tallinn asked people to weigh in on whether paid parking hours should be extended in the evenings or for the full 24 hours on weekdays.

Currently, the 700 public parking spaces available downtown are subject to parking fees from 7:00 to 19:00, reported ETV.

But free parking in the evenings brings hundreds of cars to the city center, often making it difficult for residents to find a parking space, the city said.

Residents who live downtown can purchase a city parking permit at a discounted price.

 

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