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“It would be tough for students that commute. I don’t park at meters now because I already find it expensive and inconvenient because I move my car throughout the day, and it is hard to find an open spot,” Daylor said. “The benefit is that if there is an event such as a Red Sox game, pricing will increase and there will be more parking for people willing to pay more at the cost that it becomes unattractive to people who avoid meters.”
There is a plethora of parking spaces available to students with a parking pass from the university, ranging from daily passes to whole semester passes, according to Northeastern’s website. Students also use nearby metered and unmetered parking spots on the street, opting for lower prices at the risk of missing out on a space.
According to Ganiatsos, the city also offers resident parking permits, which give residents access to on-street parking spots throughout the city, including some metered spots.
Tension between different groups of drivers with different parking needs – like students and residents – is inherent in the implementation of any new system, according to Aldrich.
“There is always going to be a group of individuals that have benefited from the rules as they have been, whatever changes occur will bring them a cost,” Aldrich said.
While increased prices may shift traffic patterns, the lack of parking spaces will remain a problem, according to junior chemical engineering major Mohammed Albaity.
“It’s really hard to park anywhere in Boston,” Albaity said. “The plan isn’t going to work [in alleviating traffic] because if you have a car, no matter the pricing you’re going to need to park it, no matter the price.”
Photo by Brian Bae
Editor’s note: A previous version of this article said changes to parking prices, instead of parking management decisions, would be made soon. There is no timetable for a new plan.