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Logan parking costs may soar

Governor proposes adding $2 'carbon fee' to lot, garage rates

Ben and Jill Kaplan of Newton traveled with their sons Graham and Ian (in green) and lots of luggage at Logan International Airport. Ben Kaplan said using public transit would be difficult: ''We'd be more likely to take a cab.'' Ben and Jill Kaplan of Newton traveled with their sons Graham and Ian (in green) and lots of luggage at Logan International Airport. Ben Kaplan said using public transit would be difficult: ''We'd be more likely to take a cab.'' (Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / March 2, 2009

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In the same month that Logan International Airport hiked its parking rates by $1, Governor Deval Patrick is asking for another $2 parking "carbon fee" as part of his transportation overhaul filed this week. (Full article: 908 words)

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