The world’s biggest city is so filthy that people in the suburbs have to pay to park on its streets.
And the filthy streets are not just on the north and south, but also on the west and north-east.
On average, Sydney residents pay about $1,000 for parking on its main arterial roads.
The most expensive spot for parking is on Sydney’s CBD, which has been hit hard by the housing crisis.
But the city’s east has been a particularly dirty one.
Its roads have become so filthy, residents have resorted to paying to park there.
On Tuesday night, a Sydney man paid $2,500 to park his car on the citys main arterials on the Gold Coast.
“I’m paying $2k to park in Sydney and that’s a lot of money,” he told News Corp. “I just want to show the city I care.”‘
I dont know what’s going on’It’s not the first time people have paid to park their cars on Sydneys streets.
But this time the city is facing its worst congestion in decades, and many of its streets are filthy, with many not accessible by public transport.
“People are just going to park for free because they dont know anything else,” said Paul.
Paul was born and raised in the CBD and has lived in Sydney for 20 years.
He said he did not know what was going on in the city and had been avoiding it for years.
“We have been told by people that we shouldnt park on the streets because it looks dirty, but I dont know why,” he said.
“It’s just the fact that it’s so dirty, its just so disgusting, it makes me think that it was filmed for the cameras.”
Paul said he has not heard of anyone else being penalised for parking their cars there.
“That’s the way it is, people just park in front of the house,” he explained.
“The streets are really dirty and people dont want to park.”
The ABC contacted the City of Sydney for comment but has yet to receive a response.
Topics:parking,environment,urban-development-and-planning,city-and.-region,sydney-2000,southport-4215,lismore-4216,vic,australiaFirst posted March 05, 2020 07:23:26Contact Chris McKeeverMore stories from New South Wales