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Technology: Issue 212 28 Aug 2009

Phone parking is a good call

Motorists seem to have embraced the Verrus phone parking system in Westminster

Westminster City Council’s Pay-by-phone service covers all chargeable public on-street parking throughout the centre of London. The ticketless system, which involves motorists charging parking costs to a credit or debit card via their mobile phone, has been well received by the public. It also has substantial benefits for the council. Westminster City Council has already saved around £9m since first introducing the service in 2006, through a combination of reduced service costs and...

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