Indianapolis has single-handedly renewed my hope that not every politician in our country is an idiot.
It’s far superior to the old way. The provider is motivated to constantly improve. It uses the newest, user-friendly technology.
And the result?
“The best part about this public-private partnership is that the arrangement will help the city’s bottom line.
- The old system generated less than $100,000 in 2010.
- In 2011, the new parking meters generated more than one million dollars.”