Kazakh website has users ‘parking’ mad

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Several drivers have contacted the team to demand photos of their cars be taken down. Mr. Slegin said it is his policy to leave them online, but concedes that it is not only drivers who are to blame for the haphazardly placed vehicles pictured on his site.

“Our project reflects the problem we have in many cities,” he said. “It is not just drivers who are guilty of violating parking rules. Many cities are not well-equipped to meet parking needs. We hope that the government will pay more attention to this problem and start creating additional parking places.”

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