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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Forget digging out quarters and dimes. In parts of St. Louis, you can pay to park with your smartphone.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the city is testing the smartphone applications Parkmobile and Passport Parking in parts of downtown and in the Central West End.
The applications are available for iPhone and Android. Both allow people to pay to park through their cellphones, rather than placing coins into a meter.
If you normally feed the meter when you park in the City of St. Louis, there is good news — at least for a few days. Parking meter violations won't be enforced this week.
Because of the snow, the St. Louis Treasurer's office isn't issuing parking tickets.
They're also not ticketing drivers who park on snow routes because the city didn't declare a snow emergency.
Parking meter enforcement will resume in the city on Monday.
People parking in the Central West End have a new way to pay at meters.
The newly-installed meters will accept credit cards. It is part of the "No Change, No Problem" campaign. The new meters will be unveiled at a ceremony tomorrow at the corner of Euclid and Maryland.
More information can be found at the City Treasurer's website here.