Further Cale-terminals to the OS-city Vancouver, Canada

After hosting the most successful Olympic Winter games in history, the City of Vancouver decided to become home to the most advanced multi-space parking terminal in the World: the CWT 2115.
cale1.jpgThe City of Vancouver has ordered a number of solar powered CWT 2115 terminals from Cale Systems. These are fully equipped for coin and credit card payment. They also have GPRS wireless technology and are backed by the CWO2 back office software tool.

Installed around the renowned Rogers Place, where the BC Lions football team and the Vancouver Canucks hockey team are playing, the Cale terminals use an integrated pay-by-license technology with online license plate enforcement and online pay-by-phone capabilities.

The location has a very complex tariff structure mixing hourly, daily pass and peak time, with rates changing for concerts, hockey and football venues. The online programming flexibility and rate capabilities of the CWT software is bringing added value to Vancouver parking operation which has to deal with constant rate changes.

More than 2,2 million people live in the Greater Vancouver Regional District and the City of Vancouver is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, driving some of the most advanced sustainable transportation policies in order to address needs for the growth of its urban areas whilst ensuring that the needs of pedestrians, cyclists, commuters and drivers are managed efficiently.


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