Smart parking should be high on list of priorities for city managers

05 August 2015
Report type: Implementation Guide
Author(s): Alex Chau - Research Director, Head of Asia
Keywords: IoT, internet of things, internet, things, M2M, machine-to-machine, smart, cities, SFpark, San Francisco, parking, traffic, Westminster, London, Nice, Moscow
Number of Pages: 26

One of the leading causes of inner-city traffic congestion is people looking for a parking space – whether slowly circling city streets, not wanting to miss a space, or double-parking on the street waiting for a space to become available. All of this contributes to congestion, which increases pollution levels by means of CO2 emissions and also wastes valuable time for drivers.

This 26-page Implementation Guide takes a detailed look at the deployment strategies used by different cities around the world, providing a valuable reference for city managers looking to offer smart parking.

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