If you're parking a car in Washington, D.C., you can stop hunting for quarters under the seat. In April, the District rolled out a pilot program where drivers can pay for parking by cell phone in parts of the city. D.C. joins dozens of other U.S. cities using the technology, which is cheaper to implement than physical parking meters, and brings in more revenue.
D.C. Rolls Out Pay-To-Park By Phone
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