Boston's Seaport and Back Bay neighborhoods have experienced significantly higher parking meter prices, generating revenue for the city but causing frustration among locals. The elevated rates were implemented to encourage turnover, but they have made parking more expensive for residents, businesses, and visitors. Critics argue that the blanket pricing affects residential streets and inhibits visitors from accessing these neighborhoods. While alternative transportation options are suggested, finding a balance between accessibility and affordability remains a key challenge in these areas.
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