New parking meters are coming to Brookline’s parking lots. The town is replacing its 30 multi-space meters during the second week in April, and in order to protect users’ credit card data, Brookline will stop […]
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Evaluating how well a parking meter is operating in San Diego may be a question for a streetlight.
If you use your credit card to park at the multi space parking meters like the one behind Coolidge Corner or the Town Hall lot, that’s about to stop working.
The camera-equipped downtown parking meters are on their way out, but it will take some time to replace them.
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Time has expired for the camera-equipped automated downtown parking meters. Following months of pressure from business owners and City Council members, Mayor Joe Ganim’s administration is scrapping the high-tech equipment that helped issue fines by mail.
The old-fashion coin-operated parking meters will soon be a thing of the past. Starting Friday, you will now have the option to pay cash or card.
Sections of Court Street now feature parking meters that are able to accept credit cards as payment as part of a pilot program. Ron Lucas, the Athens deputy service-safety director, said the meters are located on the east side of Court Street between Union and Washington streets. They are also located on the west side of Court Street between Washington and State streets.
The Paterson Parking Authority has installed more than a hundred “smart” parking meters that accept credit cards throughout the downtown Paterson business district. Tony Perez, executive director for the Paterson Parking Authority, said his agency has been testing the new meters for the past four months.