You’re finally able to park on the south side of Nationwide Boulevard through the Arena District again, but you may need a little help figuring out how.
New parking kiosks have been installed from West Street to Long Street that require drivers to enter their license plate numbers in order to reserve spots.
Unlike streets with parking meters, there aren’t individual machines for each parking spot in the area.
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With the new kiosks, drivers find a parallel parking spot, then locate the nearest machine to purchase the space for up to two hours.
There is a kiosk about every 20 feet.
Coins and cards are accepted with mobile payments expected to begin in January, reports Columbus Business First.
Also, the parking spots not lined like most streets in Columbus.