CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte City Council will vote to approve a contract to implement technology in the new hourly parking deck at Charlotte Douglas Airport on Monday.
The contract allocates $116,000 for access control equipment.
This is part of a larger $3.2 million technology package at the deck.
The entire package will include surveillance cameras, electric car charging stations and an antenna system for cellphones.
New technology could be coming to airport parking deck
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