In 2012, the City of Vienna capped off several decades of heavy investment in the expansion and modernization of its already-extensive public transport system with a dramatic reduction of annual transit ticket prices. Since 1993, the City has also adopted, district-by-district, a system of resident preferences in the allocation of on-street parking, built around sharply increased prices and tighter time limits for non-residents. In addition to implementing parking management, Vienna traffic ...
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