Mosman Council – an early adopter of parking technology – now allows residents to pay parking fees via the CellOPark app.
Drivers using four car parks in the city of Winchester in the US state of Virginia got a nasty surprise last week when they were suddenly issued parking tickets for US$4000 by the automated ticketing system.
Does trying to park sometimes elicit the "crow call" that Graeme Kennedy made famous back in 1975? Well good news, finding parking spots has left last century and has arrived in 2018 with UbiPark.
Parking business Smart Parking has secured a new contract valued at approximately $800,000 with Hobart City Council in Tasmania.
Right now, everybody is trying to crowd-source everything. In fact, there should be an app for crowdsourcing your crowdsourcing idea.
Online car parking platform Divvy Parking is partnering with hotel managment group TFE Hotels to roll out its smart parking solution, allowing users of the parking app to park in TFE hotel carparks in Sydney.
Transport technology solution provider Divvy Parking has secured another capital raising to bring total funds raised to over $5 million since last year as the company ramps up investment in the roll-out of its mobile building access technology across Australian CBDs.
Online car parking platform Divvy Parking and car sharing service GoGet have come together in a partnership which they say is aimed at improving parking and transport efficiencies for commuters and businesses in CBD areas across the country.
Divvy Parking has entered into agreements to help major commercial property firms including DEXUS Property Group, GPT Group and Knight Frank manage their portfolios of CBD parking spaces.
There’s been a call for smartphone technology to be deployed to overcome problems for motorists over-paying for parking due to outdated technology still being used in many parking meters.
Divvy Parking - the equivalent of AirBnB for parking spaces - has extended its operations from Sydney into the Melbourne market.
The state of surveillance technologies and their deployment into everyday life continues its onward march, with new 'in-ground' parking sensors coming to Melbourne City Council streets from July which alert the closest inspector once you're five minutes over the limit.
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