Eastern Suburbs Sydney
Sydney Council Elections: City Council's car share scheme 80% residents oppose it
Each car share parking space costs Council $880 to set up.
Also, it costs Council lost parking permits and reduced meter parking fines.
Commercial car share operators get the space for free
City Council is aiming to increase car share spots to about 1,000 by 2016.
With the speed car share services are growing comes debate and disapproval from City ratepayers .
The majority car shares are used only on the weekends which shows wasted parking spaces during the week .
Moreover, car share has made it difficult for locals to park and receive carers for the elderly, tradesmen and customers for businesses.
Car share means a huge reduction in resident amenity.
Ratepayers are fed up with Sydney City Council's 'we know best 'way of thinking