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Richmond to replace parking meters

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - If you park in downtown Richmond, get ready for a new way to feed the meter.

The city will replace some meters in the Central Business District with pay stations starting April 23. The pay stations accept credit cards, debit cards, cash and coins. You'll have to place a receipt in the windshield to verify that you've paid.

Parking enforcement officers will be available to help drivers who have questions, according to a press release from the City.

The locations for the pay stations are:

  • 800 block of East Marshall Street (south side)
  • 400 block of North 9th Street (east side)
  • 500 block of North 9th Street (west side)
  • 1100 block of East Main Street (south side)
  • 900 block of West Broad Street (south side)

Standard Parking Corporation, which is contracted with the City for parking enforcement, is providing the pay stations.

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