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PARC unveils new cost friendly parking meters in downtown Louisville

WLKY Louisville logo WLKY Louisville 1/16/2021
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Visitors in downtown Louisville will encounter new pay stations when they go to park.

On Friday, the city announced the new stations, around several blocks, will have variable pricing depending on when you are there.

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Officials say the goal is to make it easier to park and help reduce costs.

"The pay stations require less maintenance and operate off solar power, resulting in cost savings, as well as allow for easier programming, promotions, and opportunities for businesses to offer discounted parking to their customers,” said PARC director Tiffany Smith.

The stations are replacing parking meters that were already slated for decommissioning due to outdated technology. The new stations are located on the:

  • 400 block of Main Street
  • 700 block of Main Street
  • 400 block of Market Street
  • 500 block of Jefferson Street
  • 300 block of Cardinal Boulevard near the University of Louisville campus.

They say, when demand is lower, you won't have to pay as much, while still ensuring there is available space when it's needed.

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