Some Boston Parking Meter Prices Going Up In 2017Mayor Marty Walsh's office announced Thursday that parking meter prices in Boston's Back Bay will go from $1.25 to $3.75 an hour as part of an experimental pilot program.
Meter Revenue Up, Tickets Down Since Boston Parking App ReleasedParking meter revenue is up by over a million dollars since the city introduced the Park Boston app in January of 2015.
MBTA To Remove 'Honor Box' Pay To Park SystemThe MBTA is eliminating its pay-to-park boxes calling the practice 'archaic.'
Boston Parking App Expanding To All Metered SpacesThis year, drivers have another option to pay for parking in metered spaces.
Parking Bans And Snow Emergencies For March 1-2 StormSeveral communities have enacted parking bans for the March 1-2 storm.
Mayor Walsh: No More Parking Space Savers Starting MondaySpring cleaning is coming early in snowbound Boston.
New App Allows Boston Drivers To Pay For Parking On SmartphoneThe city has a new app that allows drivers to pay for parking without physically feeding the meter or parking kiosk.
App To Pay Parking Tickets Debuts In BostonBoston drivers can now send in parking ticket payments on their phones by downloading the TicketZen app.
Boston Puts Brakes On Haystack Parking AppA new app that allows people to find parking spaces in Boston is being shut down in response to a vote by the city council.
Daily Talker: App Lets You Sell Your Great Parking SpaceFinding a parking space in cities like Boston is usually a challenge. A new smartphone app is looking to change that. "Monkey Parking" allows drivers to buy a spot from someone who is already in it. Right now, it's only available in San Francisco, but promises to expand to other cities.
I-Team: Boston Parking Ticket SecretsThe I-Team discovered a few secrets about how parking tickets are written that just may help you avoid that dreaded orange envelope.
Parking 'Guru': Boston On-Street Parking Is Too Cheap A renowned "parking-guru" says off-street parking costs too much and on-street parking is unavailable because it's too cheap in Boston and that would all change by staggering the price.