Police in Taunton say they caught a Norton man in the act of stealing parking meters earlier this week.
The city’s Office of the Parking Clerk has announced the release of a new re-loadable card that commuters can use to park in Boston.
The city has upgraded dozens of parking meters so they now take credit and debit cards.
Parking at a meter in Boston will soon cost 25 percent more. The city’s transportation department plans to start retrofitting the city’s more than 7,000 parking meters Saturday.