Park-By-Phone System Launched Today In Denver

The Park-by-Phone payment programme, claimed as a first-of-its-kind parking system is being formally launched in Denver, Colorado, in the US, today by Denver-based Clancy Systems International. It will be inaugurated at 12 downtown parking lots managed by AMPCO System Parking, with more than 50 to be added eventually.
clancy.gifAccording to Clancy an added convenience of Park-by-Phone is members can remotely add more time to a parking meter that is about to expire by calling a toll-free number or accessing the Web site. When paying by cell phone, members are instantly recognized by callerID, eliminating the need to enter a membership number - customers need only enter a PIN and lot number.

The programme was first implemented in January at California State University at Fresno, where 5,780 parking places are available to Park-by-Phone users. In addition, Clancy Systems has agreements with off-street lot operators, transit authorities and municipalities to launch the programme this year in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Tampa and Puerto Rico.

Parking-enforcement officers can validate Park-by-Phone payments through a cell phone call or use of a specially programmed personal digital assistant (PDA) furnished by Clancy.
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