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Update on parking pay station replacement project:

The pay station trial has concluded.  Thanks to all who took the survey and gave us feedback.   We hope to make a decision regarding replacement machines shortly.

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) plans to replace all its parking pay stations between the summer of 2014 and the end of 2016 with new technology.

New technology will provide a higher level of customer and communications reliability, and will be better able to handle more complex parking rate programming requirements. It will also better integrate with other current and future parking management technologies and systems, from pay by phone to Seattle Police Parking Enforcement.

Background:  Seattle has approximately 2,200 parking pay stations that control paid parking for about 12,000 on-street parking spaces in Seattle.  The oldest pay stations were first installed in 2004 and are coming to the end of their useful lives.

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Thank you for your interest and participation!

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