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Smart Parking Meters
Some major cities are seeking to take advantage of their street parking supply and drivers’ high demand with so-called demand-price parking.
- By The Pew Charitable Trusts
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.
Sensor costs are decreasing 10% to 15% yearly, too.
“It’s not a huge issue, but it’s a small irritating one,” according to San Jose’s transportation department.
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