Fair St. Louis begins in three days and officials say people should review the new transportation before heading out to Forest Park.
Those who own land in the path of the proposed NFL stadium along the riverfront are hoping to make a deal, and waiting for someone to make an offer.
Over the past few months, St. Louis City has tried out several new parking meter systems on various blocks in the city and in the Central West End.
There will be no street parking within Forest Park during Fair St. Louis, and officials are drawing up a comprehensive parking plan for the July 3-5 event.
Alderwoman Sharon Tyus is crafting a bill that may include one strike and you’re out, including tow jobs for people who park in handicapped spots.
The apps let you pay for parking without having to dig around for change—or even get out of your car.
Leave the change at home because some new, electronic parking meters go into service today.
Currently, there are four vendors competing for the city’s Integrated Parking Technology contract and input is needed.
Development Director Chase Martin says phase one of the project is smaller due to the economy and market demand but once it opens it will demonstrate success to those on the sidelines.
The St. Louis Parking Division decided to enforce metering on Saturday starting in July.