A pilot program to charge for parking in downtown Tulsa's Brady Arts District is on again.
In August, the City of Tulsa installed special parking meter stations across the district, but in early September it stopped the pilot program until the city could post signs with instructions on how to use the new meters.
Starting October 1, the City of Tulsa says parking in the Brady Arts District will be enforced. There are 21 parking meter stations across the district.
These new meters are solar-powered and drivers have three options for paying for parking with each option asking for the vehicle's tag number.
The city says the new parking rules will be enforced Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Tulsa says drivers can leave feedback with the city regarding the new parking meter stations in the Brady Arts District by calling Tulsa's Customer Care Center at 918-596-2100 or by commenting on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #ParkTulsa.