Public parking rates, hours change in Towson –

2014-08-05T09:39:59+00:00August 5th, 2014|Categories: Press, Transportation|Tags: , , |2 Comments

When the Towson Square movie complex opened July 10, the Baltimore County parking “czar” Kenneth Mills Jr. was ready.

Earlier in the month, on July 1, Mills, CEO of the Baltimore County Revenue Authority, instituted changes in public parking rates and hours with the dual goals of maximizing parking spaces and avoiding the dreaded gridlock.

However, some of the changes may be scaled back because of complaints from local residents, according to 5th District County Councilman David Marks, who, along with 42nd District state Sen. Jim Brochin met with Mills Friday.

via Public parking rates, hours change in Towson –


  1. Jason V August 7, 2014 at 10:37 am

    As a resident of Towson, I frequent the restaurants. However, after my wife got a ticket I have not gone to dinner in Towson and don’t know when I will go back.

  2. Joe August 19, 2014 at 3:31 pm

    I yelled at a meter man giving a ticket to someone on Allegheny at 6:01pm. He tells me that the meters are now until 10pm instead of 6pm. Who knew? Be nice if there was county notice. Fortunately I work in Towson and have free garage parking. It was still nice to yell at the guy anyways!

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