New interactive kiosks are being installed in Cape Coral and will allow residents and visitors to search for restaurants, city events, and even let you take a selfie.
The kiosks will be installed in two areas of the Cape, and will be a big help for people who are unfamiliar with the area.
“I think it’s wonderful, I’ve been living here for 20 years and sometimes i’m not sure of all the new places that are popping up i think it would be great for tourists and for everybody,” said Jim McGuire of Cape Coral.
Cape Coral Mayor, Joe Coviello said he saw the kiosks at a conference and he knew the Cape had to have them. The kiosks estimate to bring in about $12K in revenue a year.
They will be placed in 2 different locations, one in front of Big John’s Plaza and the other on the corner of Southeast 10th Place across from Big Blue Brewing.
“We want to see the sidewalks full, we want city events, we want private events, we want that area to be full of pedestrians and people exploring the area and i think the kiosks add to that,’ Maureen Bruce, a Cape Coral resident said.
Advertising will pay for the kiosks and they will not cost residents a dime. They will be installed in the next couple of weeks.