parking meter


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parking meter

a timing device, usually coin-operated, that indicates how long a vehicle may be left parked
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One way to control parking then, as now, was the parking meter, and while there had been patents on the idea for several years, July 16, 1935, was the day it finally arrived.
The only thing known so far--and the one thing Dyster wants the council to vote on--which they say they won't--is that the phase one parking meter installation which is $258,950 by Ber National Automaton of Rochester.
Features of the app include: a visual display of all parking meter locations, direct routing to parking garage entrances, a parking rate calculator that helps drivers find the cheapest option, and a timer that alerts a driver when their parking expires so they can move their vehicle.
"Customer friendly'' isn't something one generally associates with parking meters.
The incident took place on Christmas Day when a parking meter, empty after having been forced open, was spotted by police dumped in a ditch Chlorakas.
Abu Dhabi: Motorists are cheating parking meters in the capital by using coins from other countries, XPRESS can reveal.
One of the busiest Saturdays before Christmas and no one bothers to fill the parking meters with tickets.
Parking meters are a perennial cause of complaint about downtown Eugene.
Parking meters. The first parking meter was installed in Mayfair in London in 1958.
THE days of the parking meter are numbered as councils rip them up and replace them with devices that accept credit cards.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-11 February 2005-Nordisk Bevakningstjanst AB wins SEK70m parking meter contract in Stockholm(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com