Albuquerque’s midblock parking pay stations are in such bad shape that more than half weren’t even accepting payment at one point this year, auditors at City Hall say. And the city doesn’t have adequate controls in place to ensure that no one steals the money when pay stations do accept cash, auditors said.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
As of yesterday, you may be paying less to park in San Francisco. Or more! Or the same amount as you were before. Confused? Don’t be, it’s all part of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s SFpark program, which periodically resets parking rates depending on the demand for parking in a specific area.
Drivers have only been paying to park at the Lynchburg Community Market for a few weeks, but rates are already being dropped.
Carlton Lund and his wife, Sandy, partnered with Chad Randall, the chief operating officer of Sorrento Valley-based IPS Group, to sponsor the meters and the installation. Designed as “smart” parking meters, the devices have been […]
Last week, Wilmington City Council voted to add 132 on-street parking spots in the area, which will be regulated beginning June 1. As northern downtown, which is also home to the Wilmington Convention Center, Port City Marina and the new CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Center, continues to develop, city staff suggested the additional parking regulations.
People parking in the resort will be able to use the app for each of the city’s 1,800 on- or off-street parking spaces, and will also be able to pay by calling a toll-free number on green meter stickers. Chief Financial Officer Frank Donato said Monday, May 2 that the app is expected to launch in Ocean City this weekend.
For decades, each of the 4,300 parking meters in Sacramento’s central city has had a maximum time limit. Some give you 30 minutes. Others let you stay up to two hours before you must move along. That’s all about to be old school.
Long Island drivers believe they are being ripped off from new parking meters. CBS2’s Ali Bauman reported Cedarhurst has rolled out a new fleet of parking meters for 1,500 spots, but drivers want them out.
Complex and confusing, that’s the way many people in Cedarhurst feel about the new, hi-tech parking meters scattered throughout the village.
It’s often a headache to try and park downtown, with old meters malfunctioning. Now, drivers will soon see the city’s newest plan to fix that. Out with the old, and in with the new; the City of Albuquerque will soon install 550 new smart meters to fix parking woes.