Free Sunday parking for shoppers in Leeds could be scrapped as part of the city council's budget plans for the next financial year.
The council hopes to bring in about £600,000 by providing more parking spaces as well as charging Sunday fees.
Proposals also include a crackdown on drivers using bus lanes, which would bring in an extra £155,000, and more garden waste collections.
The budget will be finalised in a meeting of the full council later.
The council said compared to 2008/2009, there had been a "significant reduction in income" for the 2009/2010 budget.
The budget report states: "A review of car parking provision in the city centre has identified additional capacity and net additional income of £608,000 is projected.
"In respect of Sundays, it is intended that a nominal fee will be charged for the first four hours with a higher rate beyond this in order to encourage better parking for shoppers."
The report also states £3m is being sought from Yorkshire Forward to support work with developers and employers, including city centre retail developments, to maximise job opportunities for local people.