Why Mid-Sized Cities Choose gtechna
Towns across North America trust gtechna to meet their parking solution needs.
Adapt Your Solution to the Behavior and Needs of Your Citizens
Many cities fall into the trap of purchasing a one-size-fits-all solution. We know that this scenario simply doesn’t work. Our trained specialists are there to give you the greatest potential for success.
Build A Solution that Works Within the Constraints of Your Infrastructure
Mid-sized cities are typically a mix of just a few heavily-used thoroughfares and residential streets that may not need major infrastructural changes to get the job done. gtechna offers a wide variety of options to assist you on your journey to optimizing space and improving the quality of life your residents and business owners.
Plan a Roadmap to Transition to New Technology at Your Pace
Adopting a new parking solution doesn’t happen overnight. With our industry-leading experts, we can help you implement a transition plan to bring you to where you want to be without breaking the bank. Hybrid technologies and our centralized parking rights server allow cities to systematically bring new technology into the fold while using the same platform.
Featured Case Studies
City of Westmount
In recent years, Westmount noticed that the limited parking spots available, as well as construction in the area, were deterring potential customers from shopping in the area. The City decided to take the challenge head-on by implementing the ﬁrst on-street pay-by-plate parking management system in Canada.Read the story
Deerfield Beach, Florida
The parking enforcement division of Deerfield Beach, Florida was faced a good problem to solve—accommodating growth in their town. Along with that growth came the increased need for easier and more efficient parking—both on water and on land.Read the story
Norwalk’s Smart City Vision
Norwalk, located in the Gold Coast region of Connecticut, has a population of 88,438 residents. The city manages parking through a parking authority that is structured as an enterprise fund, self-sufficient, operating with no taxpayer money, all through revenues collected through parking fees, leases and other parking authority related fees.Read the story