Barkat signs legislation for discounted parking

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August 18, 2013 17:01

 
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Beginning Sunday, 600 all-day parking spaces will be available at a discounted price at three parking lots throughout the city, including the First Train Station, Liberty Bell Park and Talpiot Industrial Park. All-day rates will be NIS 13.40 for Jerusalem-resident card holders and NIS 16.80 for non-card holders. Discount cards can be purchased via the municipality’s website for NIS 18 and will last for two years.

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