Disabled parking permits see big increase


A sharp increase in the number of disabled parking passes issued in Ohio has some charging that they are too easy to acquire while raising questions about what can be done to accommodate an increasing demand for spaces.

At large facilities such as college campuses, officials try to make disabled parking as available as possible. Rob Kretzer, director of parking and transportation at Wright State, said disabled parking needs can change by term or year depending on where classes are taken, but officials also try to keep constant availability near entrances to the school’s tunnel system.

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