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From July 1, the maximum tariff on a number of streets will increase. 600 rubles per hour of parking will be charged during the daytime – from 08:00 to 21:00 – on the streets and alleys in the Basmanny, Meshchansky, Presnensky, Tagansky, Tversky districts and the Arbat district. The change in the maximum tariff will be on 31st street, notes the Department of Transport: where even the current high prices do not make it possible to ensure the availability of free parking spaces for local residents.

One percent of the busiest paid parking lots in the center will rise in price to 600 rubles per hour during the daytime – for example, Ilyinka, Petrovka, Solyanka, Neglinnaya streets. Also, from July 1, tariffs will be adjusted for several parking lots with barriers.

At the same time, parking on 12 Moscow streets will become cheaper starting from July. The price will be reduced where the average occupancy does not exceed 50 percent. These are, for example, 2nd Tulsky Lane, 1st and 2nd Yamsky Streets, Nauchny Proezd and Balakirevsky Lane.

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Paid parking has been operating in Moscow since 2012. Back then, motorists were charged a maximum of 50 rubles per hour, but now—until July—the highest rate is 450 rubles.

At the beginning of June, the government approved new rules for the placement of traffic cameras that record traffic violations. As a result, there will be fewer of them: some cameras will be turned off, and others will be placed on emergency sections of roads, near pedestrian crossings and dedicated lanes, as well as in places where parking is prohibited.

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