Learn how featured guest speakers from the City of Milwaukee Tom Woznick, Parking Services Manager, and Richard Dollhopf, Parking Enforcement Manager have used technology to support Milwaukee’s overall complete streets vision–It starts with pay by plate but it doesn’t end there!
Parking management and enforcement is a key component in Milwaukee’s smart city program “Complete Streets”, a program that embraces mobility to help make Milwaukee an attractive place to live. Ensuring the city functions effectively means having a long term plan.
As a city on the rise, part of that success comes with an efficient and effective parking and transportation system that is organized around its long term goals. Join Milwaukee and gtechna in a discussion around how intelligent enforcement can play a role in supporting cities with similar visions.
This webinar will cover use cases on intelligent enforcement using LPR and real-time cloud-based data to more efficiently leverage resources.
Terry McGean, City Engineer of the Town of Ocean City achieved the best of both worlds: a solution that was customer-friendly, reduced cost and that increased parking revenues. One of the primary goals was to create a parking experience that encouraged longer stays at Ocean City’s beachside lot by making it as convenient as possible to pay and park. With ticket by mail, Ocean City was able to repurpose its PEOs as ambassadors to educate tourists on how to park.
For any unpaid parking sessions, an invoice covering the balance of the time plus processing fees could be sent by mail using gtechna’s fully automated gateless fixed LPR and ticket by mail system for processing and mail out.
Metrolinx has invested significantly in the expansion of its transit system which serves the Metro and Greater Toronto area, providing transportation services to more than 7 million residents across 11,000 square kilometers – Canada’s largest and among North America’s most rapidly growing.
The smart city concept doesn’t just dwell in metropolitan areas with millions of residents milling about in their cars and on public transportation. Small communities can just as easily use technology to minimize the effects of traffic congestion, to help make parking easier, and to make the user’s experience more enjoyable.
gtechna brings business intelligence to parking to help you improve and optimize decisions and performance. Our business intelligence tools can be used to examine large datasets associated with enforcement activity to help you gain insights into parker trends and preferences, officer performance and other useful operational information that can ensure that you are running your parking program as efficiently as possible.
The curb, yes, that once innocuous slab of cement where one parks their car, has become highly sought-after. Curb space is now at the center of discussions around mobility and sustainability in urban areas.
As endusers expect their work devices and applications to look and function like personal devices, application developers have recently begun looking for viable alternatives. Google® Android™ is being watched closely, due to its popularity in the consumer smartphone market to enhance the user experience.
This White Paper explores some of the barriers to e Citations and how to surmount them. Further, a review of alternatives to traditional technology adoption models seeks to open up dialogue on less conventional collaborations that may prove beneficial to multiple government agencies…
This White Paper looks at past and existing technologies utilized for the enforcement of time limit zones examining how far technologies have come, policy on time zone enforcement and recommended next steps to take better advantage of advanced enforcement tools now on the market for enhancing parking enforcement…
Redistribution of capital expenses to purchase technologies that generate revenue and cut costs within weeks of operation is an alternative that makes sense for smaller agencies that may be looking to upgrade technologies with as little investment as possible. Sharing some of the financial burden across multiple agencies has become an option some are now considering by purchasing a solution that serves both parking and traffic enforcement operations.