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Good Luck Finding Parking In These Houston Areas

Good Luck Finding Parking In These Houston Areas

We Houstonians love our cars, and it shows with crazy traffic and impossible parking. In a recent study, Trulia compiled a list of the worst places to park in Houston and rated the neighborhoods from 100 (super easy to find a parking spot) to 0 (literally impossible.) The very worst spot was a residential neighborhood, Northshore, with a rating of 3. According to Trulia, it's even harder to find a spot there than in Manhattan or San Francisco.

Memorial was rated the third-most-difficult place to park in Houston, with a score of 16. Trulia’s map of amenities in the area show why you're stuck driving in circles for half an hour: restaurants, spas and shopping galore. Downtown Houston ranked sixth-lowest for street parking, no surprise with its density and attractions like Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center.

You'll be able to find a parking spot much more easily if you're hitting a restaurant in Binz/Museum District or Midtown. Trulia analysts say their scores of 20 and 19, respectively, are considered adequate for commercial districts.