Should we keep Twin Cities winter parking ban year-round?

Winter parking
There is no parking on the even side of non-snow emergency routes, like this section of Aldrich Avenue south of 35th Street on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014, for the rest of the winter in Minneapolis. Cars parked on the even side risk tagging and towing.
Jennifer Simonson/MPR News

St. Paul and Minneapolis lifted emergency parking rules Wednesday that limited parking across the metro.

But what if we adapted to the loss of those spots? Do we really need them?

Winter parking restrictions lifted

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman says the city needs that parking back. He joins The Daily Circuit to discuss how we use our streets.

What do you think? How could our cities best use the streets? Leave your comments below.

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