Parking in the city could soon get pricier.

The city's Department of Transportation is putting in place a new parking rate plan by the end of the year.

Drivers who park in parts of Brooklyn could see the biggest increases. The DOT plans to add more parking zones in areas outside of Manhattan to boost revenue.

The city estimates it could gain an additional $22 million in revenue for fiscal year 2019. 

The DOT does plan to offer drivers who park below 96th Street in Manhattan a discounted second hour.

The plan will be implemented in phases over a nine-month period.