Parking Caudan: The New System Excludes Minute Billing
14 October 2013 - Défi Media Group
Since October 1, the Caudan Waterfront has a new payment system for parking vehicles: the 'Pay on Foot'. Car parks are concerned overcast, including the Marina and the wing of Barkly Wharf. The parking area Dias Pier, she is already using the new format, launched last week by officials of the Caudan Waterfront.
However, prices remain unchanged. Rs 30 for three hours and additional Rs 30 in case if the time limit is exceeded . We are still far from the minute billing .
Thus, since October 1 , parking areas (with 878 seats) Caudan Waterfront are fully managed in an automated way . Main reason : long casual expectations when it comes to checkout . The new principle is simple and fast. Thus, at the entrance to parking areas managed by the ' Pay on Foot ' , the user stops at a terminal to get his parking ticket , which contains a barcode. And when he wants to leave , it is sufficient to insert in another terminal , another ticket barcode issued after payment, based on the rates in force, with payment terminals .
With this new system , visitors to the Caudan Waterfront will have full control of the management of time in the parking areas. As for payment , it will be made ??through "windows" . Note, however, that if the coins are accepted , the only tickets used are those of Rs 50 , Rs 100 and Rs 200 . Once payment is made, the visitor has 15 minutes to get his vehicle out.
The new system , according to Philippe Arifat , Centre Manager of the Caudan Waterfront, several advantages: independence, simplicity, speed and flexibility. He believes that the ' Pay on Foot ' bring more ease and efficiency motorists who visit Le Caudan . This will also significantly reduce the time of leaving the car park and visitors will now have more to worry about whether or not they have small bills to pay for parking , the payment terminals for flexibility , including support for multiple banknotes and coins .