Worcester parking rates will have to be raised to keep up with city’s Renaissance, research bureau says

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A report released in June by the Worcester Regional Research Bureau urged the city to create a master-plan to revamp public parking.

Currently, the city operates four garages, thirteen surface lots, and on-street parking spaces, providing approximately 4685 public parking spaces in the downtown area, the report said.

The report states that increasing parking is critical to the success of the downtown revitalization.

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