11Alive is taking a stand to improve the parking problems in Atlanta.
We're asking you to sign our Parking Bill of rights.
We'll print these out and take them to city leaders in an effort to fix the problems.
Atlanta Parking Headlines
Weekend street closures and event travel tips
The Atlanta City Council voted unanimously Monday to amend the city's parking enforcement laws to permit only enforcement of what the current signs specify.
After Atlanta City Council adopted 11Alive's Parking Bill of Rights, questions about how to enforce the new law began to surface. A proposed amendment would give it some teeth.
Parking enforcement officers targeting disabled spots?
Online system launches for parking ticket disputes
Drivers throughout the City of Atlanta should be on the lookout for a parking scam resulting in booted vehicles and hefty price tags.
Drivers who work near Evans Street near the Mall West End are confused about which direction their vehicles should face when parked. Either way they get ticketed.
More than 900 of you have signed a petition telling us that parking in the City of Atlanta needs to be improved. We've taken your concern to city leaders.
After 11Alive's Parking Bill of Rights unanimously passed City Council's Transportation Committee, it was passed unanimously by the full Atlanta City Council Monday afternoon.
11Alive's Parking Bill of Rights, inspired by many of our viewers, is moving forward quickly. Plus, it's got a new addition.
The story of one man and his PARKatlanta fight. At issue - a car he doesn't own, in a place he has never been, and a collection agency that wants its money.
There are four parking zones in Atlanta: Government, School, Mixed-Use, and Entertainment. The "mixed use" zone is the least restrictive. But it's also the least utilized. Some residents say that needs to change.
New parking problems are being reported in Atlanta's Morningside neighborhood.
Hundreds of you said you were tired of parking problems in the City of Atlanta and signed 11Alive's Parking Bill of Rights. We took your concerns to the city and now it's taking action.
11Alive viewers are making a difference! Some of you were upset by what appeared to be a double standard for PARKatlanta.
Parking enforcement officers parking illegally?
11Alive asked the members of the Atlanta City Council to weigh in on what they thought of the Parking Bill of Rights. Fifty percent of them responded.
Read the Atlanta City Councilmembers' responses to the proposed parking bill of rights.
Parishioners at the Butler Street Church in the Sweet Auburn area have been in parking Purgatory.
Nine days ago, we launched a #ParkingProtest, creating a Bill of Rights that more than 700 of you have signed. Now, your petitions are going to those who can make a change.