Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association relieved to see the city take a hard look at whats going on with downtown parking.
KCBIA President Dino Bernardo says they’re glad to see the city taking action to figure out what needs to be done to deal with parking.
Bernardo says bringing in offices and businesses in order to expand downtown and grow means employee parking for those ventures will be key.
“I get it, like we would love to be more environmentally friendly, but Kamloops is such a spread out city that its really hard when you have someone who lives out in Westsyde and works downtown, or you have someone who lives in Barnhartvale and works downtown. It’s not easy for them to go to and from work, if you’re trying to make it downtown.”
He adds, a long term parking solution needs to be looked at for the downtown core.