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With the largest off-street parking footprint in the industry, Amano McGann will provide ParkMe with real-time occupancy data from thousands of Amano parking installations nationwide. Amano McGann will reach millions of users who are accessing ParkMe
We are coordinating with private companies to implement the system and share the income, Deputy Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama said at City Hall. The system will implement technology that requires vehicle owners to pay beforehand. Parking
Starting next week, the ban will last from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays. Agency head Udar Pristono said the times had been adjusted after it was realized that the ban had affected commerce in the area. We expect the revision will support economy
I was fortunate to see the findings of a study titled Traffic Management and Decongestion in Nairobi Region funded by Ministry of Nairobi Metropolitan. About 30 per cent of traffic problems within the CBD are caused by driving around looking for
Plans for the long-awaited Pierce Street Park took a step forward April 1 when the City Council approved a first phase of the project by a 4-0 vote. Mayor Peggy Thomsen, who lives near the proposed park and has been a key figure in pushing the
Huston, Chicago Tribune reporter A Panera Bread restaurant won approval from the Highland Park City Council this week and is expected to open in the fall, but its owner stumbled in discussing trash removal. As a condition of opening at 1853-1859
The sought-after, fought-after unregulated street parking spaces lining university property and the parking-meter free streets around USF may vanish as soon this summer, a reality that is meeting resistance from students who commute by car to class.
About 300 people attended a community meeting Monday night where a San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency director tried to quell public grumbling over a plan to remove 20 blocks of parking along Polk Street in order to install bike lanes.
It seems nothing revs up the engines of New Zealanders like the indignity of having a tax slapped on their parking spaces. A Government proposal, which is being fought tooth and nail by the FBT (fringe benefit tax) Action Group, would extend a tax of
Among the approximately three dozen residents and business owners attending Tuesday evening's public hearings on downtown parking issues, no support was evident for charging for on-street parking. Wade Walker, a parking specialist with the consulting