To encourage residents to travel back into city centres post-pandemic, and to rejuvenate high street shopping, the parking experience needs to be easy and seamless. From directing drivers to a space and taking digital payment, Flowbird can help.
WHY OPTIMISE VEHICLE PARKING?
Pre-pandemic, car parking accounted for 15-20% of Local Authority budgets
Since COVID-19 revenues have fallen, on average, between -35% and -50%.¹
1. Source: Flowbird machine usage data
Environmental concerns also demand urgent action:
Increased traffic from home deliveries
Local air quality
Provisioning electric vehicle charging
Enabling digital payment
Our digital sales partners offer a comprehensive range of car parking locations across the UK, with pre-booking and payment online or via a simple smartphone app. Customers are directed to a space convenient for their destination with on-screen journey planning and directions. For EV drivers, charging options are also being introduced.
ZERO COST MODEL
Flowbird offers a zero-cost commercial model with revenue share, providing all infrastructure, payment terminals and signage, as necessary. With the agreed rate for the space paid up-front, there’s no risk.
DIGITAL PAYMENT FOR PARKING
For more information, please fill out the form and one of our team will be in touch with you.
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