Archive for June, 2016

  • Announcement

    News Story

    Maribyrnong Council trials the Strada

    After considering all suppliers the marketplace had to offer, the city of Maribyrnong has asked APARC to trial the Parkeon Strada meter. We are thankful for the opportunity to work with another council in bringing the latest parking solutions to the area.

  • Announcement

    East Fremantle chooses APARC

    We are pleased to announce that East Fremantle is the latest council to engage APARC for the supply of new meters. This is an exciting new addition to the APARC family, and we look forward to a great working relationship in the years to come.

  • Announcement

    Byron Bay looks to the future

    Byron Bay City Council have chosen to increase their fleet with the Parkeon Strata Pal, the most advanced parking meter on the market. In particular, the Strada Pal includes colour screens, ensuring that local motorists will be able to park and pay with ease.

  • Announcement

    Kangaroo Island extends its fleet

    Kangaroo Island Council were so pleased with their first parking meter installation that they have decided to add even more to their fleet. We are thrilled to have provided a valuable service to a happy customer.

  • Announcement

    News Story

    APARC partners with Lismore Council

    Following a recent tender, Lismore Council has selected APARC for the supply, installation and maintenance of parking meters. We feel extremely proud to be recognised as a leader in the industry – Lismore Council will now have the support that only 30 years of expertise can provide.

  • Announcement

    Upgrades for Monash University

    A fleet of new meters will be installed on site at Monash University, an institution which has truly embraced the technology we have to offer. A great investment for the University, these meters will make campus parking much easier.

  • Council trials pay-by-bay parking in CBD

    Some Toowoomba commuters will be able to pay and simply walk away from their cars this week as part of a new ‘pay-by-bay’ parking trial in some sections of Hume, Finchley and Herries streets.

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