Alaskan capital ditches blue parking kiosks
Parking » Salt Lake City experiences problems with a similar system, purchased from the same company.
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Projections of revenue from the parking meters, themselves, is about $270,000 lower than expected, he said.
Nonetheless, according to parking statistics, overall revenues are up $1.2 million per year since the old meters were replaced.
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