Do you have a $10 roll of quarters in your car for the City of Boston parking meters? If not, you’re not alone. Boston’s new app would take the place of change and allow you to pay with your smart phone.
According to the Boston Globe, “the city’s Transportation Department is developing a smartphone application that would eliminate the scramble for cash, by using an iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry to pay for a metered parking slot. ‘Two things people have in their pockets: They have a credit card. And they have a cellphone,” interim Transportation Commissioner James Gillooly said. “We aspire to have everybody use a credit card or pay by phone.'”
Additional details on Boston’s smart parking initiative, jump over to the Boston Globe’s website.