Hell hath no fury like the driver who doesn’t feel they deserve a parking ticket.
Monthly Archives: November 2018
The City of St. John’s says people who park at damaged parking meters for more than two hours will soon be ticketed. – Joe Gibbons
I heard and read on several news outlets this morning about St. John’s city council’s decision to ticket people who park at broken meters. As someone who often frequents downtown, this news is very concerning to me, especially as we enter the Christmas shopping season.
Mayoral candidate William “Bill” Daley gave two Chicago newspapers opposing opinions of his brother Richard’s most detested deed as Chicago’s mayor: selling the city’s parking meter operations to a private firm for comparative peanuts then quickly blowing all the proceeds. The firm sent parking rates sky-high and now rakes in hundreds of millions of dollars.
Rochester, N.Y. (WHAM) – New parking meters in Rochester have been installed in spots around the city to test app payments. The new meters are set up with their own app to allow payment via […]
Hobart’s new parking meters are designed to be a quick, cashless solution to meet modern demands, but many users are finding them frustrating and anything but simple.
For those who have been enjoying the free parking on local streets in recent weeks, the party is almost over. On November 5, Princeton’s new “smart” parking meters will be up and running, so it will be back to paying to park at the 1,100 metered spaces throughout town.