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.
Tourism community to soon see congestion relief and infrastructure improvements Moorestown, NJ - The Town of Jerome, Arizona, has partnered with Flowbird Group to launch a new pay-by-plate parking system [...]
Shoppers and beach-goers will soon have more parking availability The City of Treasure Island, FL, has voted to add 42 metered parking spaces to the island’s busy beach-front lots. [...]
The City of Paso Robles Partners with Flowbird to Implement Smart Parking System Moorestown, New Jersey -- The City of Paso Robles, California has partnered with Flowbird Group, the world’s [...]
Replaces old meters with smart Pay-by-Plate kiosks and Flowbird mobile app The City of Rahway, NJ has partnered with Flowbird Group to launch a new pay-by-plate parking system to manage [...]
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.
Successful launch leads to phase 2 of pay-by-plate installations Moorestown, New Jersey -- The City of Sarasota has once again partnered with Flowbird Group, the world’s leader in curbside management [...]
Pay-by-Plate System Brings Full LPR Integration Flowbird Group, the world’s leader in curbside management and urban mobility solutions, together with its distribution partner Total Parking Solutions, have launched a new [...]
FLOWBIRD acquires the remaining 30% stake in leading Mobile Parking Payment player Yellowbrick International from Waysis
Flowbird, the world market leader in the field of urban mobility and smart city solutions, announced it now owns 100% of Yellowbrick International by completing the acquisition of the remaining 30% stake held by Waysis, the market leader in the Dutch market of parking and enforcement systems.
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.