Haddonfield to shift parking from meters to kiosks

    Parking in Haddonfield is about to get high-tech . . . or about as high-tech as something like parking can get.

    The borough will replace about 500 of its meters with 11 parking kiosks in municipal lots. Four additional kiosks will replace Tanner Street meters.

     

    Haddonfield Administrator Sharon McCullough told the Courier Post the move will save the borough time and money while making parking more convenient. Bills, plastic and coins are all viable payment options at the kiosks coming this fall, which will require less maintenance and attention from parking enforcement officers.

    The Tanner Street kiosks will be a test to see if Kings Highway and Haddon Avenue can benefit from the kiosk system, which sometimes proves confusing to users.

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