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What’s next for cashless parking?

2018 saw a huge uptake in cashless parking technology by local authorities, but more work lies ahead before the sector can start offering parking services as a built-in function in the smart cars of the future, writes Jonny Combe

Jonny Combe
10 March 2019
Jonny Combe
Jonny Combe


The past year has seen a tremendous uptake in cashless parking. Councils all over Britain are reaping the benefits of scrapping the traditional parking meters in favour of mobile payment services. There is a significant cost reduction involved in not having to maintain the pay & display machines, it saves taxpayers’ money, reduces crime and is the more environmentally-friendly option.

In many cases, the move to go cashless is driven by demand from an increasingly tech-savvy public. A...

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