Pay on Foot Parking at Caudan
29 Septembre 2013 - Le Matinal
Le Caudan Waterfront move to a new system of parking management, Pay on Foot, from 1 October. This change affects the parks open, including that of the Marina and the one that is attached to the wing Barkly Wharf. The parking area Dias Pier already operates on the model of Pay on Foot.
The Caudan Waterfront parking will now be fully managed in an automated manner, thus becoming the first in Mauritius to adopt this innovative concept,'' said Philippe Arifat, center manager of Caudan Waterfront at a conference Press Thursday in Marina Quay. He also emphasized the benefits is the Pay on Foot for users. '' We want to adopt such a system because the Pay on Foot will bring more opportunities and efficiency for drivers,'' he has said.
According to him, the Pay on Foot system will significantly reduce the time to exit the parking lot. Visitors will now longer have to worry if they have small cuts, as payment terminals allow flexibility, including support for multiple notes and coins.
'' Le Caudan Waterfront has made every effort to facilitate the transition to Pay on Foot. In addition to offering high-performance equipment, intuitive and reliable, while a set of signs will be in place to guide the customers,'' he has said. A mascot named POF was created to act as the emblem of the educational campaign to help the public to use the new system.
Note that entering parking areas managed by the Pay on Foot is made by taking a ticket barcode on a terminal. The output is done by inserting into another terminal ticket barcode issued after payment by the user, based on the rates in force, with payment terminals.
'' With the Pay on Foot, visitors to the Caudan Waterfront manage its parking his vehicle,'' he has said. Any visitor to the Caudan has five steps: take a ticket at the input terminal, park your car, keep the ticket in a safe place so, pay a toll terminals located at the Blue Penny Square, at the entrance of Barkly Wharf or Dias Pier and drive to the output terminal before inserting the ticket validated.
For the first four hours at Caudan, the fare is Rs 30 for a lost ticket, the public will have to pay Rs 200.