Seventy-eight percent of Manhattan households don’t own a car, but that doesn’t mean New York City is exempt from parking problems; in fact, a recent study found drivers in one area cruise about a third of a mile when looking for parking.

The New York Times yesterday took on the issue and considered several possible fixes, including on-street meters and launching a parking permit district program. Complete with statistics and graphics, the article espouses many solutions IPI members have been talking about for years.

Check out how to solve New York’s parking challenges here.