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Clamping
The Automobile Association has stepped up calls to ban the clamping of cars parked on private land in England and Wales. The motoring group claims... continue
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Clamping
Research by Which? magazine indicates that there is a lack of clarity or consistency over the signage posted by private clamping companies. During... continue
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Enforcement News
London businesses could save millions of pounds thanks to an initiative spearheaded by the Freight Transport Association (FTA) to reduce the number... continue
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Consultations
Alpha Parking has been commissioned by West Sussex County Council to conduct parking surveys in the Three Bridges area of Crawley. The study focusses... continue
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Enforcement News
While most local authorities do not set targets for the issue of penalty charge notices (PCNs), the Consumer Association magazine Which? claims some... continue
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Enforcement News
The Notting Hill Carnival, which took place over the August Bank Holiday weekend, posed parking and traffic management challenges across two central... continue
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Technology
Phone parking is pitched by its suppliers, councils and parking operators as a way of making life easier for motorists. However, one drawback can be... continue
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Payment systems
Mirada, an interactive services specialist, has launched the Connect brand, with the aim of raising the profile of its established phone parking... continue
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Technology
The ability to pay for parking simply by using a mobile phone is one which has many attractions for motorists, especially if it removes the need to... continue
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Technology
Westminster City Council’s Pay-by-phone service covers all chargeable public on-street parking throughout the centre of London. The ticketless... continue
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Payment systems
BemroseBooth Mobile is a new name in the increasingly competitive phone parking market, though BemroseBooth itself is a long established printer of... continue
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Technology
Verrus UK currently services 18 parking operator clients — 13 local authorities and five private parking operators. The company claims over... continue
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Technology
RingGo is a phone parking system developed by Cobalt Telephone Technologies which is now used by local authorities, private operators and a number of... continue
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Payment systems
Cale BriParc has developed a series of pay & display machines designed to be linked to the internet. The Cale WebTerminals have a number of new... continue
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Technology
Cambridge City Council has replaced the existing access control systems in its four main multi-storey car parks with a centrally managed pay-on-foot... continue
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Technology
Solar-powered pay & display machines were deployed on moveable ‘islands’ by St Edmundsbury Borough Council as a means of providing... continue
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Payment systems
NSL Services Group has introduced new pay & display machines in two cities in Northern Ireland. The company has brought in 108 solar-powered... continue
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Technology
The London Borough of Hillingdon has introduced a multi-application card that offers local residents access to services such as parking at... continue
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Payment systems
Chesterfield lays claim to being the first local authority in the country to introduce a pay-by-space system developed by Metric. The North... continue
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Construction
The Bon Accord shopping centre in Aberdeen has undergone an extensive refurbishment and extension of its parking areas. The main contractor was... continue
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