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With fewer cars on the roads, cities would have more real estate for homes, businesses and pedestrian and cycling lanes, TechCrunch reports.
Mastercard and Parkeon announced the launch of high-tech parking meters with digital screens that display retail and restaurant deals and even print coupons.
The next-generation parking meters will be introduced over two years at a cost of $6 million, Beta Boston reports.
Fully automated underground bike parking in Japan provides riders with ample storage space that is safe from the rain, wind and thieves, CityMetric reports.
Rules require new and refurbished residential buildings to offer one bicycle parking spot for every three units, Wash Cycle reports.
New parking meters coming to Madrid offer discounts to fuel sippers while charging extra for gas guzzlers, the Guardian reports.
Design students in Atlanta see opportunities to transform parking decks into affordable housing for millennials, Fast Company reports.
In a few months, drivers in Chennai will be able to use smartphones to pay for 2,000 parking spots, The Hindu reports.
The central London district of Westminster is installing 3,000 sensors that identify vacant parking spots and alert motorists via smartphone, Quartz reports.
New housing developments in Portland and Toronto cater to young people without cars to park, TreeHugger reports.