Speech to the text for the new smart meters installed in the center of Eugene
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at Harvard's exit in Roseburg it will be closed. changes are coming in the center of Eugene. the free two-hour parking lots will soon be a thing of the past. replaced by smart meters. the new meters will allow you to pay for parking in various ways, including apps on your smartphone. kezi nine news reporter brady wakayama is live in studio with other new meters. Brady. matt, renee – I talked to the parking manager with the city of eugene. He says he's excited about the new smart meters. he says they're more advanced than the meters you'll find in cities like Seattle and Portland. changes are underway in the center of Eugene … the city is installing new smart meters that, hopefully, will make it easier to park. "Probably the most advanced parking system in the country to reflect what is happening with our technology industry in the center, so the ability to pay in more ways, the possibility of having sensors of presence, as you arrive in the center you can watch on google maps or on the dashboard of the car to see which parking spaces are open. "jeff petry – the parking manager for the city of eugene says that the staff will install 280 new intelligent parking lots for the entire week. they will replace the two-hour parking spaces that are located on a 12-square-meter block area of the center. the new meters will be installed from the 11th avenue to the 7th and the willamette street on Lincoln Street. petry says the new meters will improve, hopefully, in a mall. "Working with the downtown businesses and the city council last summer. To help companies get more customers in other stores and create more turnover in the highest demand spaces, the meter is the most efficient way to make it happen." some drivers in eugene are excited about the change … others are uncertain … "you can only find a new parking place and it is easier and faster to look for changes or try to do with a card, you can do it with your phone and keep walking. "// stitch //" as I said just willingly uhh .. the kind of cause of the two-hour parking lot is going to end and it will end up paying parking now. " but paying for parking will be easier – the new meters will take more than the coins. the city of eugene says that they will accept the cards … pay google … pay for apples and more. the crews plan to install all the parking meters by the end of the week. you live in the brady wakayama studio