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On the streets of San Francisco

The US west coast city of San Francisco is to trial wireless sensors set into the highway.

Its metered parking spaces enable drivers to be alerted via variable message signage or by mobile phone of the instant availability of parking spaces on street.

The scheme, which starts this autumn, will see 6,000 of its 24,000 street parking spaces in the city wireless enabled. These sensors will keep track of bay usage in real time. However one blogger with an interest in technology did sound a note of...

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