PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Parking Authority is removing old kiosks and installing new “pay by plate” solar-powered kiosks on Tuesday. The new parking stations are being installed on Arch Street between Fourth and 12th Streets.
Eventually, they will be city-wide.READ MORE: Gas Prices Up In New Jersey, Around Nation Amid Refinery Outages
Today we begin installing our new #PayByPlate Parking kiosks! Get those license plate numbers memorized and check out everything you need to know about the change ➡️ https://t.co/qxOiEbEqVA pic.twitter.com/HLIzGXbs2h
— The PPA (@PhilaParking) October 15, 2019READ MORE: 'The United States vs. Billie Holiday' Goes Deeper Into Background Of Classic 'Lady Sings The Blues'
Customers will have to enter their license plate number to pay.MORE NEWS: Fire Crews Rush To Battle Burning House In Delaware County
PPA enforcement officers will scan the plate to make sure drivers have paid up.