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Incentives & Contests

While typically used more for encouragement than enforcement, incentives and contests could be a creative way to enforce desirable driver, bicyclist, pedestrian, and property owner behavior. For example, a competition that invited people to submit photos of the best and worst examples of parking or of right-of-way maintenance from around the City could reinforce the need to follow parking and maintenance codes and laws, both among people trying to take photos and among those serving as the subjects of photos.

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