From Portland Afoot
Several park-and-rides also include bike-and-ride stations.
 Proposal to charge for parking at park-and-rides
Charging for auto parking at park-and-rides was among the ideas proposed by the agency during the 2012 TriMet budget cut process. The agency estimated it would net $100,000 a year from charging for parking at its busiest lots, including staff and infrastructure costs.
In a rough calculation in October 2011, Portland Afoot figured that if the agency could make $1 a day from parking fees on each of the 3,090 spaces at park-and-rides that were then full on weekdays, it would gross about $900,000 annually.
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