Mayor De Blasio Will Announce Plan For Cell Phone Payment At Parking MetersMayor Bill de Blasio is set to announce plans that would allow drivers to pay by using a cell phone app at the city's 85,000 metered parking spots by the end of the year.
New Law Ends Muni-Meter Waiting GameA new city law allows drivers to prepay one hour before muni-meters go into effect so that they don't have to sit in their cars watching the clock tick.
NYC Councilman: Suspend Parking Meters During SnowstormsCouncilman David Greenfield is proposing that the meters not be enforced whenever alternate-side parking rules are suspended for snow.
Assemblyman: City Reprogramming Muni-Meters To Accept Advance PaymentsAssemblyman Dov Hikind said the city's Department of Transportation has agreed to reprogram every muni-meter in the city over the coming months to accept payments an hour before they go into service.
Assemblyman To Distribute Plastic Holders For 'Flimsy' Muni Meter ReceiptsNew York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind (D-Brooklyn) has partnered with the city Department of Transportation for an effort to distribute receipt holders for those who park using Muni meters.
Police Investigating Credit And Debit Card Info Thefts Linked To Muni-MetersDrivers are being urged to be careful when using a credit or debit card at muni-meters following reports of people claiming their cards were compromised after using the machines.
Lawmakers Approve Changes To NYC’s Muni Meter SystemUnder the measure, the city's 13,000 Muni Meters would be required to deactivate when parking rules are not in effect or when receipt paper is not available.
NYC Drivers May Soon Be Able To Pay The Meter Using New AppHow would you like to feed the meter without going outside?
City Council Squares Off With Bloomberg Over Parking Grace PeriodParking in the city can be an exercise in frustration and costly. The City Council is holding a hearing on how to improve street parking and reduce the number of nuisance tickets.
Proposed Meter Hike Draws Outer-Borough OutrageTwo City Council members joined business leaders from Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx Sunday to speak out against a proposed 25-cent parking meter hike.