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Seeking Submissions: The Worst Parking Crater in an American Downtown

Alright, Streetsblog readers. Send us your best shots.

After running our "worst intersection in America" photo contest, we heard from readers who want to see "more public shaming" of terrible transportation and planning blunders around the country. We aim to please. So here is the next contest: Where is the worst sea of downtown surface parking in America?

We're looking for aerial photos, and once we've got a sizable sample, we'll put it up for a vote. The competition should be fierce.

We've already held Cleveland's formidable Warehouse District up to the spotlight:

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Is this as bad as it gets? First we need submissions from our readers. Then it will be up to you guys to decide.

Send your entries to Angie [at] streetsblog.org or tweet us at @streetsblogNET. Let the race to the bottom begin.

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