City of Winnipeg projects $4 million shortfall in parking revenue as Winnipeggers stay home

By | June 6, 2020

The City of Winnipeg expects to lose more than $4 million in parking revenue as Winnipeggers and their vehicles stay home due to COVID-19.

Just $230,000 in on-street parking revenue was raised during April and May, according to the city.

That’s down from $1.44 million during the same two months of 2019.

The city originally expected to raise $23.9 million of street parking revenues this year. 

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