Innovative gadget from ParkMagic may transform parking in Lansing

Volunteers will take part at Lansing's 12-week pilot program to test an innovative in-car parking system developed by Ireland-based ParkMagic.
The system enables customers to use their cell phones and an in-car display unit to pay for on-street parking. The system is used in Europe since 2005.

Lansing would be the first city in the United States to use the system, city officials said. People would pay a deposit of $15 to $20 for the in-car unit.

At the end of the program, the city will decide whether to continue using the product, said Andy Kilpatrick, the city's transportation engineer.
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