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Parking Meter and Smart Card Replacement Project

New System to go Live November 5, 2018
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Parking Meter and Smart Card Replacement Project (New System to Go Live 11/5/18) 

October 4, 2018 – The new pay stations are up and running in the Princeton Station lot, Alexander Street, and on lower UniversityPlace!  Credit card (Amex, Visa, MasterCard and Discover) and coin are the only accepted forms of payment until November 5th. Payment by space is required through November 4, 2018. Beginning November 5, 2018, payment by license plate on both the app and at the pay stations will take effect.

Before or by October 10, 2018, new paystations will be installed in all of the proposed long term parking areas to be served by pay stations. Please continue to pay at the single space meters in these areas until November 5,2018.

On or about October 15, IPS Group will begin replacing single space meters. More details to follow!

The following upgrades to the Princeton Parking System will be undertaken in late summer/early fall 2018:

  • Short term meters will be replaced with new single space meters, which will accept coin, credit card and Passport mobile app payments.
  • Longer term meters will be replaced with new paystations, which will accept coin, credit card and Passport mobile app payments.
  • Smart Cards will be replaced by the Passport mobile app with virtual wallet.
  • Municipal code changes including, but not limited to, meter time limits, meter hours of operation, loading zone metering, and distribution of meter zones are also under discussion.
  • Future phases of this upgrade project include digital online license plate-based parking permits to replace the current decal and hang tag system.



Smart Cards are becoming obsolete-

The following upgrades to the Princeton Parking System will be undertaken in late summer/early fall 2018:

  • Short term meters will be replaced with new single space meters, which will accept coin, credit card and Passport mobile app payments.
  • Longer term meters will be replaced with new paystations, which will accept coin, credit card and Passport mobile app payments.
  • Smart Cards will be replaced by the Passport mobile app with virtual wallet.
  • Municipal code changes including, but not limited to, meter time limits, meter hours of operation, loading zone metering, and distribution of meter zones are also under discussion.
  • Future phases of this upgrade project include digital online license plate-based parking permits to replace the current decal and hang tag system.

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