Earlier this week we told you what some local business owners were saying, and we asked for you to share your thoughts on the parking changes.
Changes to parking in Bloomington went into effect Monday, but what are people saying about the changes?
The council changes meter enforcement times from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Indiana University is now offering full time faculty and staff designated parking spots.
New technology and heavier fines were proposed to combat parking violators in downtown Columbus.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce is conducting a downtown parking survey through the end of next week.
IU's CFO says the money the university could have received from a lease was not enough to justify losing control of the parking operations for 50 years.
More than 1,500 digital parking meters, costing the city almost a $1 million, will be installed this summer.
The Bloomington City Council approved Wednesday an ordinance that implements metered parking downtown.
The Chamber of Commerce does not condemn the idea of metering more spots downtown but says the city should move forward slowly with its parking plans.