Friday on Byline, Erica Peterson explained the possible benefits of a full or partial merger between MSD and the Louisville Water Company. Devin Katayama and Philip M. Bailey talked about the Mayor’s proposed ban on encampments in parks, and what it means for the Occupy Louisville Movement. And Devin also gave us an update on […]
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer is cracking down on parking scofflaws to help overcome the city’s budget shortfall, but his plan mirrors a 30-month-old policy that officials never enforced. Starting May 7, parking officers will scan every car parked downtown to check for delinquent tickets. An immobilizing boot will be placed on cars with three or […]
By Brenna Angel, Kentucky Public Radio Two of Kentucky’s political leaders are looking for ways to fix the traffic problems that plagued the NASCAR Sprint Cup race last weekend. Governor Steve Beshear called the weekend an overall success, but says changes need to be made so another traffic bottleneck and parking fiasco at the Kentucky […]
With Derby officials predicting a good turnout for the races and other festivities, here’s the all important reminder about traffic. As is the case every year, there are plenty of street closings. As they say, know before you go. Look here for road closings and no parking areas. Look here for information on items allowed […]
The cost of on-street parking in downtown Louisville is going up. Starting in July, metered parking will cost one dollar per hour, marking a 25 cent increase. The Parking Authority of River City approved the change this week, and it’s expected to generate a half million dollars in additional revenue each year. But despite the […]
Street parking in downtown Louisville will be more expensive starting in July. The Parking Authority of River City has voted, and parking meter rates will jump by 25 cents per hour, bringing the total cost for 60 minutes of parking to one dollar. Parking meters are a handy revenue source for governments, too. Marketplace recently […]
Louisville is taking another step toward stricter parking enforcement.
Stricter parking regulations that expand the use of car boots will go into effect Thursday in Louisville.
This summer PARC will re-evaluate its contract with Lanier as it prepares to take bids for a new agreement that will start October 1st.