Last week, Wilmington City Council voted to add 132 on-street parking spots in the area, which will be regulated beginning June 1. As northern downtown, which is also home to the Wilmington Convention Center, Port City Marina and the new CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Center, continues to develop, city staff suggested the additional parking regulations.
For decades, each of the 4,300 parking meters in Sacramento’s central city has had a maximum time limit. Some give you 30 minutes. Others let you stay up to two hours before you must move along. That’s all about to be old school.
It’s often a headache to try and park downtown, with old meters malfunctioning. Now, drivers will soon see the city’s newest plan to fix that. Out with the old, and in with the new; the City of Albuquerque will soon install 550 new smart meters to fix parking woes.
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.
To create a better parking experience, the city of Albuquerque is about to spend nearly half a million to improve street parking Downtown with new smart parking meters.
As San Diegans gear up to hit the beach this Memorial Day weekend, one coastal city is pushing a plan to add hundreds of parking meters to its beachfront area.
If you’re sick of carrying around change for parking meters, downtown Asheville has the solution for you.
New ‘smart meters’ have been installed on Battery Park Avenue outside the Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville.
The City of Colorado Springs and Downtown merchants want shoppers to know about some “lucky” parking meters that could give you some extra spending money this year.
Montclair commuters will have a more modern experience when they park at one of 748 spaces in the township.
Town officials recently announced that the Montclair Parking Utility replaced all 748 of its on-street parking meters with new IPS meters.
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.