parking

Transportation
2:09 pm
Tue November 25, 2014

Salt Lake City Will Introduce New Parking System

One of the automated parking meters in Salt Lake City, soon to be improved.
Credit Photo by PilotGirl, CC via Flickr

Installed in the spring of 2012, many of the 344 blue kiosks have consistently malfunctioned.  Credit cards weren’t being read and some drivers had trouble reading the kiosk screens at night. Now the city is working

quickly to replace the system. Robin Hutcheson is Transportation Director in Salt Lake City. She says the kiosks themselves will be left up.

“A company will replace the entire guts, if you will, of our tall blue parking pay stations, as well as the front panel—to improve the user experience of it—and as well as the software,” she says.

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Local Government
2:45 pm
Fri July 5, 2013

Salt Lake City Parking Meters Still Down

It could be another couple of weeks before Salt Lake City parking meters are back in working order. A spokesman for the mayor’s office says the city is trying to determine why the big blue meters stopped accepting credit cards on Friday. 

City officials turned off the meters after receiving several calls about the issue. Spokesman Art Raymond says they’re not sure whether it is a software or hardware breakdown, but the city will figure out who’s responsible to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

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KUER Local News
1:58 pm
Thu June 7, 2012

KUER Newspod: June 7, 2012

In today's episode the Salt Lake City Council is looking at eliminating free on-street parking after 6 PM, the Intermountain Medical Center is opening a women's health clinic, and book store owner Betsy Burton gives her take on Mark Haddon's new no

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Politics
4:26 pm
Wed June 6, 2012

Salt Lake City Council Close to Decision on Metered Parking

On-street parking in downtown Salt Lake City may no longer be free after 6:00 p.m., on Saturdays, and during the December Holiday season.  A straw poll of the City Council suggests there is support for these changes - as well as higher rates.

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