New York City is considering privatizing its parking meters and is seeking statements from interested companies that can put up at least $100 million in cash or credit as collateral.
The Department of Transportation on Monday formally requested Statements of Qualification from companies interested in operating the meters regulating the city's 80,800 on-street parking spaces. Statements are...
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