Since paid parking hit the downtown Square, parking meters have brought in about 40 percent more revenue than during the first year the meters were put in around the Square.
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.
Searching all over the car for change to pay for parking could become a thing of the past. Town officials believe parking meters accepting credit or debit cards would result in a large increase in revenue that would allow the town to quickly repay a loan to buy the new machines and replace the coin meters.
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) – The City of College Station has approved more than $100,000 worth of upgrades for some parking meters. On Monday night, council approved a contract with IPS to improve the meters […]
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.
With clearer signage, “dynamic” pricing, and technologically improved enforcement, the city’s transit department hopes to strip frustration and inefficiency from parking in New Haven and ensure that visitors and residents alike always have a place to park.
The Brockton Parking Authority recently installed 100 new “smart” parking meters in downtown Brockton, allowing visitors to the area to pay for their parking with credit and debit cards. They will soon work with a smartphone app, allowing users to put more money in the meter remotely and digitally.
A new “smart meter” parking system for downtown Olympia looks like another small, but good step toward making the city core friendlier for visitors.
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.
New Haven knows finding a spot downtown can be a challenge. That’s why the Elm City is looking at revamping the prices of its parking meters, with the hope of freeing up some in-demand spots.