The city of Reno, Nev. is considering a contactless upgrade for its parking meters, according to The Las Vegas Sun.
The city’s 1,200 meters are 14-years old and in need of constant maintenance, The Sun says. The new contactless system would call for the use of smart debit cards, which would automatically deduct the parking fee from the users account.
Reno is also considering implementing touch-screen kiosks that issue printed receipts drivers display on their dashboards.
The City Council will meet to discuss the new parking systems later this month.
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