Big changes are coming to where you park in Lancaster City. News 8’s Meredith Jorgensen explains how to pay for parking via your license plate. Watch the video here.
Fox43 Newsroom covers the Lancaster Parking Authority transition to pay by license plate for on-street parking. Read Full Article Here
Starting at the end of this year, when you pay for on-street parking in Lancaster city, you’ll identify your vehicle by license plate rather than parking space number. Read Full Article Here
Visitors to Downtown Lancaster can now pay for on-street parking at more than 1,000 spots with an app on their smartphones and tablets. Read Full Article Here Read the Press Release Here For more information on Pay By Phone click Here
What can LPA do to help prevent suicides. Read/Watch Here
Thanks to your smartphone, there’s no need to scramble for change when it comes to parking in Lancaster. Larry Cohen, the Executive Director of Lancaster’s Parking Authority, believes phones have become a necessity. “The phone is the now and the future,”….Read Full Article Here
The Lancaster Parking Authority is about maxed-out on parking offerings, according to its executive director. And the authority will need to add parking in several years to meet higher anticipated demand, according to Larry Cohen. So now’s the time to start planning. Read Full Article Here Read “The State of Parking in Lancaster” (.PDF)
January 23, 2015 – The Lancaster Parking Authority (LPA) has entered into an agreement with Cale America (pronounced Cal-lay) to supply 26 new multi-space parking kiosks for the Downtown Investment District. The kiosks will replace the units that were first deployed in the city nearly five years ago. The change is taking place at this time to provide a more dependable unit, better coordination with city enforcement, strengthened security features, and the ability for future technology enhancements, including a “pay by phone” option. Click here for press release.
A pair of parking spaces were turned into mini parks Thursday along North Prince Street, in front of the Fulton Opera House. Read Full Article Here
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