City Council members on Wednesday asked transportation officials to simplify and streamline the multiple parking signs that confuse Los Angeles residents on a daily basis and lead to tickets, the Los Angeles Times reports. The council also asked for a ban on the sale of public parking spaces, aimed at mobile apps like MonkeyParking, which allows users to auction off unused meter time.
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