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sábado, 7 de diciembre de 2013

Nota de El HERALD al Defensor de Buenos Aires Javier Miglino.


Javier Miglino Founder of Defendamos Buenos Aires.

Metered parking to be extended to half City

The bill in discussion also includes a new call for tenders for towing of vehicles in violation.
By Mariano Beldyk
Herald Staff
Mayor Macri’s PRO is negotiating with FpV legislators to approve it this week
Parking on half of BA City streets won’t be free any more provided the centre-right ruling PRO party manages to pass a new bill during Thursday’s session in the Legislature. But that’s not the only controversial aspect of the bill: the return of wheel clamps after a decade, new towing licences and the setting up of a whole new fining system are also on the agenda, some opponents to the bill are reporting. 
According to BA City sources, Mayor Mauricio Macri’s plans are to call for tenders within a 120-day period — that would be next to March, 2014 — for licensees to install the parking meters along more designated streets during the following months.
Once completed, paid parking would begin sometime during the second half of next year. 
The bill describes a total of 334,000 parking spaces along city streets.   
If PRO and its allies succeed, paid parking in the metropolitan area will extend to 45 percent of this metropolis. Negotiations are being carried out by PRO legislator Daniel Presti with his Kirchnerite counterpart Claudio Palmeyro (both of the Traffic and Transport Committee) to make some amendments and add Victory Front’s votes or, at least, secure some abstentions to pass the law with a 29-vote minority from PRO and allies lawmakers in a 60 member chamber.
Areas and fees
Initially, BA City will be divided into five areas, although some of them will still have free parking. Residents will get special rights to spaces in the area where they live.
A pay-by-the-hour system is to be extended to Palermo, Belgrano, Núñez, Caballito, Flores and Villa Urquiza neighbourhoods with a simple goal: reducing traffic flow and deepening the Macri administration policy of discouraging the use of private vehicles in favour of public transport.
The BA City government’s bill divides parking fees into three categories according to transit’s flow. For low-level traffic areas, there will be a basic fee per hour that will not be modified no matter how long the car is parked there.
In these streets, residents will be allowed to park without costs provided they do it within a 200-metre radius from their registered residence and have no debt on taxes or fines.
On the other hand, streets with a major traffic flow will be labelled ‘progressive pricing areas‘ and branded as P1 or P2 depending on the level of parking demand. Both zones will correspond mostly to larger avenues and shopping districts where parking will cost higher each hour.
“Fees have not yet been established, but it will be probably around five to six pesos per hour, much cheaper than private garage’s charge,” BA City Deputy Mayor María Eugenia Vidal said publicly.
Taking into account that the current fee is 1.40 pesos, it would amount to a 400 percent increase on the “basic” toll. But the increase will be larger as hours elapse in the so-called “progressive” zones.
Some government sources said that the cost of the second hour would be eight pesos, the third hour 10 pesos and 12 pesos from the fourth hour on.
In the streets where vehicles concentration is larger (P1 areas), residents will not be exempted from paying like in the “basic fee” zones, but they will be granted a 50 percent discount benefit per hour.
Meanwhile, in P2 streets, residents will have eight hours free parking time per day. Once they use that up, they will continue paying per hour with a reduced fee. Only a vehicle per residence is to be accepted, so second units will have to pay the full fare.
Metered parking hours do not change: Monday to Friday, from 8am to 8pm, and Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. Nights, Saturday afternoons and Sundays will remain free of charge.
Also vehicles will have to place an adhesive wafer on a visible spot, presumably on their windscreen, for controlling authorities to check.
Opposition
“There is a tax collection effort going on,” lawyer Javier Miglino told the Herald. He is the legal face of the Malditos Parquímetros residents association.
“Macri is launching his presidential campaign and he needs money for 2014. So he does this in December when everyone is distracted with other things.” The wheel clamps system, that was erradicated from BA City streets back in 2001, would be reinstalled if the bill is passed without amendments — Kirchnerites are trying to take it down — and offenders will have thirty minutes’ grace to pay the fine. If not, their vehicle will be towed to one of the impound lots for vehicles in violation.
Calling for tenders in this area is a debt for BA City authorities since 2001, long before Macri took office in December, 2007, BRD-SEC and Dakota-STO firms who were the licensees in charge of towing vehicles in violation until 2001, continued carrying out the job through temporal extensions of their contracts.
It’s calculated that both licensees drag together no less than 12,000 vehicles per month and pocket the 350 pesos offenders have to reimburse to recover their vehicles.
The new transit bill aims to correct this situation not only for SCE and STO but also for news licensees to jump in the business as new impound lots for vehicles in violation will be built This is another point where FpV’s Palmeyro is pressing to limit to just one area for each firm.
At present, there are two impound lots. After the bill is passed, it is believed that up to ten will be needed.
@Mibeldy
Gentileza: El Herald.

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