Lessons Learned Margo Pulley Are you considering transitioning to pay by plate? How hard would it be? How would your customers take to it? What benefits does it provide? Seattle decided back in 2012 that […]
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Three companies brought in different types of smart meters to Rapid City that took credit and debit cards as well as the traditional coins.
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.
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 […]
Parking in downtown Denver doesn’t come cheap, but Michael Ryan and his wife, Mary, decided to splurge for a special night on the town Saturday.
The Indiana Toll Road lease is an example of privatization done right. A break-even-at-best highway was improved with wider lanes and electronic toll collection, while the state collected $3.9 billion to spend on critical infrastructure.
Almost a year since the City of Ithaca started replacing parking meters with solar-powered paystations and a smartphone app, drawing confusion and complaints, city officials say they’re adding a new option: pre-paid scratch-off parking tags.
Pennsylvania Police Resist DOT’s Plan to Eliminate Registration Stickers, Implement Plate-Scanning Tech
Drivers in Pennsylvania will no longer be required to put registration stickers on their cars starting next year, and police will instead use new technology that scans license plates for information.
You turn the wheel hesitantly and crane your neck to look for any available parking down the street. The person behind you honks irritably. Feeling pressured, you impulsively turn onto the side street. As you do, you glimpse a free space on the street you just left — and it’s taken by the time you circle around again.