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: Philadelphia Museum Of Art's Core Project Opens To Public After 2 Decades Of Planning, 4 Years Of Construction
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: 5-Year-Old Boy Injured After Attacked By Stray Pit Bull In Oxford Circle
Customers will have to enter their license plate number to pay.MORE NEWS: Drexel Crew Teams Excited For This Year's Rowing Competition As Dad Vail Regatta Returns To Schuylkill Since Pandemic Cancellation
PPA enforcement officers will scan the plate to make sure drivers have paid up.