The City of Newton imposed an overnight parking ban starting Dec. 1 and lasting through March 31, 2022, according to the city’s website. About 75 percent of residents responding to a Nov. 18 newsletter update from Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller disapproved of the ban, according to a subsequent update. Tawney Wray, one disapproving resident, said…
Following the demolition of Edmonds Hall, BC parking and transportation made most of the remaining on campus parking spots for faculty, moving student parking to 2000 Commonwealth Ave.
In response to the lack of parking spots on campus, graduate students submitted a plan for new shuttle routes and parking options to administration.
Members of the BC community express frustration at the recent price increase for on-campus overnight parking permits to $630 a semester.
Two Heights writers argue whether the City of Boston should permit these types of apps.
Boston’s “Parking Wars” need to exist, especially considering the state of many of our roads.