MADISON (WKOW) — The city of Madison this week completed installation of approximately 650 additional single-space “smart meters.” The completion of this installation marks the elimination of all on-street coin-only meters, with every on-street meter […]
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Daytona Beach is soon going to have five devices scattered around the city; one is already up on the beachside. They are equipped to collect donations for the homeless. DAYTONA BEACH — For those who […]
If Wichita charged more, and more intelligently, for parking, the city could be a better place, according to a national expert who will be speaking here Tuesday.
The La Mesa Village has new streets, new sidewalks, new lighting and new landscaping thanks to the nearly $6 million Downtown Streetscape Improvement Project.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A new program in downtown West Palm Beach is helping the homeless, and it has to do with how much time you put on the meter. The West Palm Beach […]
Traffic wardens are often not well-liked, but their work is necessary to keep roads and streets clear. Technology company IPS Group is attempting to use augmented reality (AR) technology to make parking operations easier. The […]
What is 5G? The most salient benefit of 5G is speed. It is estimated that 5G will be up to 1,000 times faster than 4G, and users will be able to download an entire HD film in about one second, according to 5G.co.uk.
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.
Donald Shoup, a research professor of urban planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, has three new recommendations for how cities plan parking in the follow-up to his landmark 2005 book, “The Cost of Free Parking.”
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.