Parking Systems

The NoLita, Baxter Street parking project in the SoHo South district of New York provides a new fully automated parking solution for a luxury block of condominium apartments.
In October 2006 Mayor Frankel of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida, US, announced the introduction of a new, innovative city parking system. The system, which came into effect at the start of November 2006, involves the payment for parking by using a mobile phone to make a call.
San Francisco replaced 23,000 parking meters with high-tech, tamper-resistant smart units at the end of 2003 and now the city is talking about smart parking which is hoped to reduce the amount of time drivers spend looking for a park.
Hong Kong International airport (Chek Lap Kok) is one of the largest and busiest airport hubs in Asia. The airport was constructed on an artificial island off the north shore of Hong Kong's main island Lantau, and has formed the basis for what is due to become an airport city,…
In November 2005, roll out was started of a new innovative, efficient, user-friendly pay-and-display system for the Durban Central Business District (CBD) was started.