Parking technology developed by Flowbird is helping Angus Council roll out a digital strategy to optimise the benefits of cashless payment systems and virtual parking permits.
Ferry operator Wightlink has installed new parking technology at four passenger terminals in readiness for the start of the busy holiday season on the Isle of Wight.
The Pay&Go upgrade (the service allowing the payment of parking, the purchase of tickets, and the payment of fines by credit/debit card) continues on the parking meters in Rome.
Bertrand Barthélemy, President of Flowbird, was interviewed by Revue Banque, on how our Group operates according to the MaaS concept (Mobility as a Service), in Transports management and payment.
Shropshire Council is opening up the benefits of contactless payments to residents and visitors using parking terminals in 10 towns across the local authority area. The council has installed 115 [...]
Bertrand Barthélemy, CEO of Flowbird, had the honour of handing over the Connected City and Automobile Award to the Rouen Metropolis, during the 27th Palmarès des Mobilités exhibition in [...]
The website Le Parisien recently published an article about parking reform in France, and how it has changed motorists' habits. Following the introduction of the new parking system at the [...]