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Parking Review
Technology
A key attraction of phone parking systems for parking operators is that there is limited or, in some cases, no capital outlay for the introduction of... continue
Parking Review
Technology
The customer-facing elements of the Verrus system are currently being rebranded as PayByPhone. This new name will feature on signage, website, emails... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Parking operators such as Q-Park are introducing payment cards which can be used at a number of car parks by business and season parkers. The Q-Park... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Liverpool City Council and Denbighshire County Council in North Wales have adopted the BemroseBooth Mobile phone parking system. This phone parking... continue
Parking Review
Technology
City of York Council has re-launched its pay-by-phone service with a new local York number in conjunction with service provider, Verrus’ new... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Parkeon is currently gaining final accreditation for contactless pay & display operations, says Bob?Barnes, Parkeon UK’s parking... continue
Parking Review
Marketing
Colchester is bucking the trend of falling economic activity in the downturn by offering parking bargains to prospective visitors. The historic Essex... continue
Parking Review
Marketing
Q-Park hosted a party at its Charles Street car park as part of Sheffield’s Retail Week. The event had the central theme of design and included... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Car park owner Ted Evans is regarded as a thorn in the side of the beautiful Yorkshire village of Haworth, the home of the Bronte sisters. Residents... continue
New Transit
End of the line
London was in uproar during late September. No, not for anything silly like politics or religion, but after Transport for London issued a new Tube... continue
Parking Review
Car clubs
A proposed Department for Transport (DfT) campaign to encourage people to share car journeys was scrapped on the eve of its launch, it has emerged.... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Frank’s Café and Campari Bar opened on the rooftop of the Peckham multi-storey on Rye Lane in June and will take bookings up until the... continue
Parking Review
Contracts
APCOA Parking has won a deal to operate two multi-storey car parks belonging to the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC). The car parks... continue
Parking Review
Technology
Elmbridge Borough Council  in?Surrey has adopted the Verrus phone parking system. This is the first contract on which Verrus will be using its... continue
Parking Review
Yellow Lines
Artists have been intrigued by all aspects of city living. The great William Turner painted ships and steam trains and Claude Monet grabbed... continue
Parking Review
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
Parking Review
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
New Transit
Progress Report
Andrew Garnett
It was the annual bus and coach show at Birmingham’s NEC in late 2003 where Wrightbus took the wraps off a new vehicle that stunned the... continue
New Transit
Heroes & Villains - Hero
TrentBarton has won a deserved reputation for innovation over the years and its newly rebranded Calverton Connection route shows why that is the... continue
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