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How a parking tax can build better public transit

Nottingham, England’s controversial parking tax has brought two new tram lines and more robust public infrastructure to the city More and more cities are rethinking the ways cars fit into the urban fabric, with many eliminating parking spots, instituting congestion pricing, or even banning cars altogether. But in one U.K. town, an economic approach is helping to reshape the city itself.
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