Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Tokyo readies 24,000 reserved parking spaces for Olympics
Fans told to use mass transport as traffic jams feared
Japan's New National Stadium hosts its first event, the Emperor's Cup soccer championship, on Jan. 1. (Photo by Takaki Kashiwabara)
TOKYO -- Japan will designate up to about 24,000 parking spaces for spectators to reserve a spot near competition venues for this summer's Tokyo Olympics, according to plans revealed on Jan. 28.
Fans will have a chance to reserve spaces online starting two weeks before the games, according to a joint council formed by Tokyo and central government figures and parking lot operators.
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