Those parking in certain parts of the city will no longer need change to pay.

Over this week, more than half of the Norwich City Council-run on-street pay and display machines are going contactless.

Payment machines in city council car parks have had contactless payment options since last summer.

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Now, contactless card payment options are being installed alongside cash options on 33 of the on-street machines across Norwich.

A spokeswoman for Norwich City Council said: "They have been put in these locations, so in the majority of cases, people will have the option of contactless payment near where they are parked."

It is uncertain when the remaining 32 machines will go contactless. 

The on-street machines being changed can be found in:

  • Bank Street
  • Bedding Lane
  • Ber Street
  • Bethel Street
  • Bishopgate
  • Cathedral Street
  • Cleveland Road
  • Colegate
  • Cross Lane
  • Elm Hill
  • Fishergate
  • Grey Friars Road
  • Oak Street
  • Prince of Wales Road
  • Princes Street
  • Rouen Road
  • St Benedicts Street
  • St Giles Street
  • St Martin at Palace Plain
  • St Marys Plain, Surrey Street
  • Upper Giles Street