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  • n. Plural form of parker.


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  • At the most expensive airport on our list, Chicago O'Hare, long-term parkers willing to pay to be closer to the terminal could end up paying $350 for a week; the daily rate, at the ground level, is $50.

    The Airports With The Most Expensive ParkingMost Expensive Airport Parking

  • At 11:20 he drove into LaGuardia Airport into parking lot five, the one with special rates for long-term parkers.


  • In a summer-long present to those shopping and recreating downtown, the city of Seattle is lowering rates at the Pacific Place Garage: Short-term parkers will reap the greatest savings.

    Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Local News

  • Hourly rates at parking meters several of the city's most high-demand neighborhoods would double from $1 to $2, a measure that city Budget Director Andrew W. Kleine said would push most long-term parkers into parking garages - where they would also see higher taxes.

    Maryland Daily Record

  • The proposals recommended that short-term parkers, such as city visitors or shoppers, would pay $1.50 per hour and suggested a cost range of $50 to $65 per month for long-term parking permits. RSS

  • - Short-term parkers could pay $1.50 per hour; long-term parking permits could cost $50 to RSS

  • "Even if street parking was two-hour parking, they might still have a problem with long-term parkers who might still end up parking in their lot," he said. - Local News

  • Did the City of Chicago fail to honor the posted parking rate contract when they jacked up the parking rates for longer-term parkers?

    The Windy Citizen Full Feed

  • "We changed the sign, because we would like to get more long-term parkers in the garage," said Bob Ball, airport director.


  • Real cops are out making felony arrests, not playing with a drunk peeing or writing warrant requests for 'parkers'.



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