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New York City moves closer to pay-by-phone parking

28
Dec
2013

New York City officials have announced that motorists will soon able to pay for parking by phone and via the internet. But theres still plenty of work to be done before paper receipts start disappearing from car dashboards. The city yesterday began searching for the company that can best offer drivers a means to use their cell phones to pay for parking at all 14,000 parking meters across the five boroughs. And while it may be some time before a contract is awarded, local officials have already revealed a framework for how the system will work. Adding extra time to your parking meter wont require a physical trip back to your car;

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