New York Says Goodbye To Classic Parking Meters
STEVE INSKEEP, host: And today's last word in business marks the end of an era in New York City. City officials are altering the way that people pay for parking. Following the lead of many other American cities, officials are removing the last of those classic parking meters which serve a single space; that's according to the New York Times. Those gray metal meters are being completely replaced by solar-powered devices that are WiFi and credit card ready, and can handle up to eight spaces at a time. The new boxes even speak seven languages.
That's the business news on MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep.
DAVID GREENE, host: And I'm David Greene.
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