(Cincinnati) It'll mean new enforcement hours and rates in some areas. Cincinnati is in the process of upgrading parking meters.
City Manager Harry Black says the change is necessary because most of the city's existing meters are old, prone to vandalism and don't accept credit cards.
The city has entered into a new contract with Xerox for 1,500 new smart parking meters. The first 500 will be installed in Over the Rhine by next week. They'll have pay-by-smartphone capabilities by the middle of next year.