Newburgh looks to parking meter study

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NEWBURGH – The City of Newburgh wants to review its parking program with an eye toward potential parking meter expansion to attract business, increasing parking turnover and creating more viable commercial areas.

The city council may hire a consulting firm for up to $30,300 to study the possibilities.

Newburgh currently maintains a single space, on-street parking meter program along Broadway, and no meter program in its municipal parking areas or along the waterfront.

The study by Kimley Horn of New York, P.C. would provide parking study services that includes performance of a parking meter expansion feasibility study, with it to review the city’s current parking program and parking management strategies, make recommendations for potential parking meter expansion, and provide advice on requests for proposal with respect to parking meter installation.