Honolulu “Smart Parking Meters” – Installations to Begin June 1st

The City and County of Honolulu is piloting 110 new card and coin accepting parking meters around Honolulu Hale to provide more parking payment options for customers. These state-of-the art meters are solar powered, accept payment by phone, and are paired with vehicle detection sensors to gather valuable data about parking occupancy. Meter installation will begin June 1, 2012 and will be located in the following areas: Honolulu Civic Center Garage, S. King St. and Punchbowl Ave. near the state capitol building, and Honolulu Police Department.

A smart parking meter

“I am excited about this technology which will raise the existing system to state-of-the art standards. Its benefits include user convenience, improved revenues, controls and efficient management. As we roll out the pilot project phase, we encourage our parking customers to provide us feedback to ensure its successful implementation later in the year.” Said Honolulu Mayor Peter Carlisle

Click here to see how the Smart Parking Meters work.

3 Responses

  1. Finally! I wonder how long it will before it spreads to the other island. We should start taking bets. I’m going to say….8 months.

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