Mayor Sam Adams has vowed to put an end to a "25-year parking war" in Northwest Portland but it's going to cost drivers.
If the city council approves the plan, parking meters will be installed along Northwest 21st and 23rd avenues over the next year.
Under the plan:
In a city-wide survey, 57 percent of respondents said they are hesitant to visit the area because of parking issues.
"We on the city council need to address that," Adams said.
The purpose of the meters is to encourage turnover on existing parking spaces. The city council will look at the plan Thursday.
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