You may soon be able to use a state of the art parking app to feed the parking meter, making the need for a roll quarters a thing of the past.
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Princeton officials will spend $1 million for a company to provide and install high-tech single-space parking meters and multi-space pay stations that will have multiple payment options.
The Bloomfield Township Council voted unanimously on April 23 to enter into agreements for parking meter equipment and services with the IPS Group Inc. and Parkeon Inc., a Moorestown-based international company that owns and operates state-of-the-art parking pay stations.
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Bloomfield is primed for a test run of “pay-by-plate” parking beginning Tuesday, May 1, town officials say.
On May 1, Bloomfield Township will begin a 90-day trial period of parking pay stations in the heart of its downtown area, a move that is expected to save time and money for municipal parking enforcers, officials said.
On Tuesday, May 1st, Bloomfield Township will begin a 90-day trial period of parking pay stations in the heart of Downtown, a move that is expected to save time and money for Township parking enforcers.
In the next step toward upgrading Chestnut Hill’s parking meters, representatives from the Philadelphia Parking Association met with community members on Wednesday, April 11, to further discuss a potential upgrade to either smart meters or kiosks across the neighborhood.
A Keene business owner has asked the city to consider removing a parking kiosk from the sidewalk in front of two establishments she owns, citing customer complaints about the device. Installed last summer, the kiosk […]
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 […]
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.