St. Louis Treasurer Seeks Opinions on Parking Technology
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ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - If you’re a licensed driver in the area and use parking meters in St. Louis, you might be able to have a say in what kind of new parking technology will soon be deployed along city streets.
Currently, there are four vendors competing for the city’s Integrated Parking Technology contract.
City Treasurer Tishaura Jones wants comments on the vendors from area drivers and has set up a Citizens Advisory Committee to hear them.
“We have prepared for people to give us their honest opinion on the vendors as they display their products to us,” she said.
Jones would like to have a diverse group of about 40 or 50 drivers from all ages and backgrounds to make up the committee.
You can apply at the city treasurer’s website until January 10. Jones hopes to have the first committee meeting in February.