Washington, D.C., garnered attention in the parking and mobility industry when it launched its innovative curb management program last year, installing several dozen cameras in business windows to inform systems in delivery trucks where and when they could park on the street. This weekend, the system was explained to consumers through an article in the Washington Post.

The piece explained why curb management is being used, why D.C. was the first city in the U.S. to try this system, and how exactly it works–along with the benefits to both delivery drivers and everyone else. It’s not often parking technology gets this kind of attention in the mainstream media, and this piece offers a nice primer on how automated curb management works.

Read it here.