New credit card standards have major effect on parking industry if your parking meters were installed after April 2012, are they fitted with the mandatory bank certified contact and PayPass compliant contactless device?
APARC is awarded the City of Stirling parking meter contract, and adds another major Council to its impressive WA portfolio. These include the City of Fremantle, City Of Vincent, City of Bunbury and City of Greater Geraldton.
APARC officially signs a contract with the City Of Melbourne. More details to come soon.
Smart Parking has worked alongside Australian Parking and Revenue Control (APARC) – one of Australia’s leading parking management solutions businesses – to help Waverley Council in the
coastal suburbs of Sydney test how leading edge technology could assist drivers looking for available parking space at the world-famous Bondi Beach.
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