Trial run complete, Bengaluru roads to have smart parkingLast updated on Aug 04, 2017, 09:09 pm
With the intent of regularizing parking, BBMP will soon launch automated parking facility on central business district after its trial run was successfully completed.
Starting with St Mark's Road, smart parking would enable motorists and bikers to locate parking-space via mobile app and park vehicles using smart cards.
Parking fares will be hourly and depend on road category.
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CM calls I-T raids at Shivakumar's home as politically motivated
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