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More meters added in Hoboken for visitors without permits

HOBOKEN — On Monday, Oct. 1, Hoboken started the rollout out of its visitor-side metered parking zone expansion to convert the 4-hour “visitor sides” of permit zones (white sign with green text) into 4-hour metered parking zones. Residents and all others with valid parking permits (including visitor hang tags) will be able to continue to park for free for an unlimited amount of time in the new zones. But vehicles without permits, who could park for up to four hours in those spots, will still be permitted to park for 4 hours (as before) but will now be required to pay a fee.
As part of the rollout, the city is piloting the use of mobile payment zones in lieu of having physical parking meters. Mobile payment zones, which will be identified by Parkmobile signage, send parking session expiration reminders via text message, email, or push notification. People can remotely add more time to a parking session without having to walk back to a meter.
For more information go to https://www.hobokennj.gov/resources/visitor-side-metered-parking-zones-faq.

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