Tyler Cowen writes in the NYTimes
The subsidies are largely invisible to drivers who park their cars â€” and thus free or cheap parking spaces feel like natural outcomes of the market, or perhaps even an entitlement. Yet the law is allocating this land rather than letting market prices adjudicate whether we need more parking, and whether that parking should be free. We end up overusing land for cars â€” and overusing cars too. You donâ€™t have to hate sprawl, or automobiles, to want to stop subsidizing that way of life.