San Francisco has been one of the leading cities in smart parking
Advocates of smart parking argue that the technology can cut congestion and pollution, reduce stress among drivers, and boost economic activity. Adam Pitt examines a new study on smart parking and whether dynamic pricing could make parking a means to stimulate economic growth.
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