Glasgow City Council is investing in their evolving Parking Strategy by awarding Parkeon with a contract to install 325 Strada Pay and Display parking terminals.

The new Parkeon terminals will assist Glasgow Council in its continued drive to increase parking areas for residents in the city and provide a wider choice of parking payment methods.

The Strada Transfer pay and display terminals have an easy to use interface and are solar powered and recyclable, making them environmentally friendly.

Key benefits of the Strada Transfer include:

  • User-friendly interface
  • Environmentally friendly – solar powered and recyclable
  • Compact structure resistant to vandalism and fraud
  • Proven high reliability – Well-proven with an excellent reputation even in extreme environments

Like many councils, Glasgow City Council is committed to providing cost effective parking solutions in the current changing and challenging environment.

A spokesman for Glasgow City Council commented: “The Council has had a long standing relationship with Parkeon going back over 30 years and this will make a further chapter in this evolving relationship. The new machines will be one part of an overall refresh of how parking is paid for in the City and will provide cost savings in the long term.”

Tom Porteous, Northern Regional Sales Manager for Parkeon added: “The Parkeon Strada terminals are proving to be popular with many local authorities, due to their proven reliability and ease of use. The eco-credentials of the terminals, with their solar power and 95% recyclable components, help local authorities meet their environmental commitments while implementing their parking strategies more effectively. It’s always a pleasure to work with Glasgow City Council and the new machines will help to achieve their parking strategy over the coming years. ”