Visitors to downtown Boone fed the parking meters and pay stations more than $530,000 from July 2015 through June 2016, according to data provided by Town Manager John Ward.
MILWAUKEE – A trial project underway in the Third Ward could foretell the end of problematic multi-space parking meters, according to the Department of Public Works.
Change: It’s an unavoidable and constant part of the human condition, and that applies to parking in Ithaca.
Of course, if you are a member the target demographic for this special section, a newcomer to this fair vale, you wouldn’t know how things used to be when it came to parking a car. So feel free to use this handy guide to figure out how to most effectively complain about or praise how parking is in Ithaca right now.
When they were installed several years ago, the “pay-and-display” multiple-space parking meters on Broad and Clayton streets in downtown Athens were state of the art in parking meter technology. Unfortunately, they’ve turned out to be a pain in the asphalt — frustrating residents, visitors, and in turn, downtown merchants.
Bonds that financed the lease of the parking system for Harrisburg, which helped solve the fiscal crisis in the Pennsylvania capital, were cut to junk by S&P Global Ratings because of lower than expected revenue.
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.
Drivers have only been paying to park at the Lynchburg Community Market for a few weeks, but rates are already being dropped.
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.
Lots of people do lots of complaining about parking Downtown.
New condos, apartments and restaurants are depleting parking spaces, they say. It’s too much of a hassle to drive Downtown anymore, they grumble. Even the occasional reference to Chicago-style congestion can be heard.
A new study suggests they should get over it.