PAY & DISPLAY 

A single Pay and Display kiosk is built to control many spaces, both on-street and in parking lots. Once parked, the user approaches the Pay & Display pay station and, using coins, credit/debit cards or bills, pays for their parking time.

With Pay and Display, there is no need to mark out or number each space.  Enforcement is simple, the officer just checks the dashboard receipt for the expiration time.  Users can take their unused parking time and park in another location if your parking regulations allow it.

MULTIPLE SPACE MANAGEMENT 

Each Pay and Display pay station typically manages 8 to 12 spaces on-street and about 50 spaces off-street.

SIMPLE ENFORCEMENT 

No need to invest in wireless devices to enforce.  Just check the receipt for the expiration time.

INCREASED REVENUES

With no parking lines drawn on-street and no “piggy-backing” on the unused parking time of others, revenues go up compared to single space parking meters.