Following the onsite meeting held 1 March 2013 between APARC and RMS Staff, I have been advised that APARC as the distributors of the following parking meters has been audited and approved for the Pay Parking Devices and Systems list. The following parking meters have satisfied the essential and desirable evaluation criteria as detailed in the current RMS Pay Parking guidelines version 3.1 dated June 2009 for the following meters:
Parkeon StradaPAL, coin, credit and contactless
Parkeon CityPAL, coin credit and contactless
Kogarah Council has appointed APARC for the supply and maintenance of Pay & Display ticket machines. With the best equipment, technology, support and practice, APARC is confident their parking meter solution will meet the unique needs of the parking location and its intended customers.
APARC go green – APARC has recently had frogs take up residence in our parking meters in Darwin, and sought expert advice from Taronga Conservation Society Australia for the safe relocation of these amphibians, and to prevent further ingress.
The Charles Darwin University has chosen APARC to supply and install the Parkeon parking meters in their University.
APARC wins the Greater Shepparton City Council’s invitation to quote for the supply and installation of parking meters in the Shepparton precinct.
Marrickville Council to extend their fleet of Parkeon parking meters.