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Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: California’s big infrastructure funding proposal; Bridgegate sentencing; and Nevada’s state worker unionization bill.
“Parkadelphia” is pretty—and powerful.
The pay-by-cell-phone technology is already popular in other U.S. cities.
Xerox’s parking and mobility vice president Matt Darst weighs in.
A public-private partnership has increased annual parking revenues from about $339,000 to more than $3.3 million, but it's sparked controversy, too.
The ability to add meter time remotely will make it easier to avoid tickets. And that revenue helps fund the city’s schools.
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