A new report says that New Jersey Transit is trying to make more money off its parking spaces. The Star-Ledger reports that the state agency has hired a team of lawyers to best figure out how to make money by privatizing their parking lots. The agency is paying the lawyers $480,000 to develop a plan. This news comes on the heels of a huge fare increase and reduction in service. Officials say this doesn’t necessarily mean that prices for parking will be going up, but they want to develop the best plan to bring in additional revenue, other then fares.