he era of free street parking is ending in parts of Downtown Eugene. More than 280 smart parking meters are being installed in the popular twelve-block area of downtown. The City of Eugene took away downtown parking meters in 2010 to attract more people to downtown.
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usiness owners in Eugene are ecstatic with the city’s new plan of implementing new smart parking meters throughout downtown. City staff said 280 new meters are being installed in a 12 block area this week. They said the new meters will not only accept coins and credit cards, drivers can also pay using Apple and Google Pay. They can also use the “Park Smarter” mobile phone app and in-vehicle dash payment.
The City of Eugene Parking Services is implementing a state-of the-art parking system in downtown.
280 new meters are being installed, offering additional payment options using advanced parking technology. According to city staff, the meters will accept coins, credit cards, Apple and Google pay, as well as Park Smarter mobile phone application and in-vehicle dash payment.
The market’s top competitors are trying hard to make their lines of products more noticeable and want to provide integrated applications for effective management of parking needs. The companies in this market are also involved in developing parking management solutions which are user-friendly, cheap and more dependable. These factors, along with various others are expected to boost the growth of the global parking management solution market, making it worth US$614.59 mn by 2025.
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