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Joined 1 year ago
Cake day: June 7th, 2023


  • I was genuinely surprised, because what you wrote was really different from what I experienced. But my experience i Munich is objectively limited. I somehow hoped that Germany, and Munich (along with other European cities) could be used as a model of how to do things right.

    What drives me mad here is the absolute inaction

    Exactly, and all this stuff about counting the cars is to try to move something. I have not much hope honestly, but excluding violence and vandalism, I think this is as much as someone can do

    The city even responds to requests with the risk of damage to cars (!!) instead of considering humans.

    This is completely crazy. In Milan they justify bad parking by saying things like “it has always been like this” or “yeah, but you can go around it” etc. FFS, do your job!!