The city where Bruce Springsteen debuted his first record album, Greetings from Asbury Park, has chosen Metric pay by space machines for phase one of its parking implementation programme.
The 32 Metric Accent machines will form the first fully implemented on-street pay by space project on the Jersey shore.

The city is in the midst of a major redevelopment scheme and part of the project is the modernisation of parking metres, many of which have outlived their usefulness.

The current plan is to use the Metric meters for on-street parking in the waterfront, downtown and on Main Street, Asbury Park.

The Metric meters will offer the user the ability to pay with coins, bills and credit cards. These solar powered machines will be linked to a back office for enforcement, statistical reports and operational status.

The system will allow the user to pay for their space at any meter in the city without having to return to their car.

Dave Witts, President of Metric Group Inc, said Metrics proven ability to offer flexible pay by space solutions was an important feature towards participating in the project with Asbury Park.

Metric is not just offering equipment to Asbury Park, he added, but our hands-on experience is helping them to set up this programme and to ensure its success.
Metric Group Limited
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