Parking Allowance

Parking Allowance

What problem does it solve? If a worker in one location has free parking and a worker in another location does not, the first worker has less net income than another employee with the same job. This also affects commuting time. It may take an extra 10 minutes each day to find parking, or to walk from a parking garage. What is your solution and who does it apply to? The federal government addresses this type of inequity by offering locality pay increases. State workers in Camden and similar locations should receive a parking allowance or more pay than their suburban coworkers or coworkers with free parking. What is the anticipated impact? Fewer requests for reassignments to different locations, improve employee morale


Parking must be provided, if commute by public transportation is expensive and takes more time or employee choose to drive to work.

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