An influential motorists’ group has called on the government to introduce a citywide parking database with real-time information and to speed up the roll-out of automated systems to tackle the city’s acute shortage of spaces, accusing policymakers of putting their heads in the sand when it came to the issue.The Hong Kong Automobile Association (HKAA) made the plea on Friday, saying the city had been grappling with a chronic shortage of spaces for more than 15 years, resulting in more traffic…



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