You can view real-time parking conditions on NYC DOT map
I am 64 years young and continually amazed at the innovative, technological advancements that are born every day to make our lives easier. I recently reported about the initiation of a parking technology pilot program that provides real-time, up-to-date, information about the availability of metered parking spaces. The real-time data is generated by sensors embedded in the pavement.
For a deeper dive into how the parking technology pilot program works, you may wish to read, “NYC Announces Pilot Program that makes Parking a Breeze.”
The pilot program is operating in the neighborhood of Arthur Avenue and 187th Street, NYC. Here is a view of the parking scene (via Google Maps street view 2011 image).
Have any of the wonderful members of the driving community experienced the wonderment of the parking technology pilot program? Please share your experience. It will benefit all of us.
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