Lausanne innovates with adaptable parking management

Parkeon launched the first Swiss contactless parking meters in Lausanne. 125 terminals are already installed.

No PIN before 40 francs

These new models of parking meters offer 3 payment modes: cash, classic credit card or through contactless PayPass technology developed by Mastercard. No code is required for amounts less than 40 francs. "Beyond this limit, you must enter your PIN for security reasons" explained the spokesman of MasterCard Europe. 

A pioneering model

140 “Strada” parking meters equipped with Paypass will manage 2500 parking spaces in the city. The capital of the Canton de Vaud is the first Swiss city to install this kind of terminal, but other cities could be interested. “We hope that the new parking meters in Lausanne will inspire other Swiss cities” said Erwan Bizien, Parkeon salesman.

To be continued...

About ParkeonParkeon

Parkeon is a key player in the area of urban mobility. By offering a unique range of solutions for parking management and transport ticketing, Parkeon now has operations in 55 countries and is accelerating growth in the emerging markets in Eastern Europe, Asia and South America. Its capacity to innovate continually is demonstrated every day. Parkeon systems and equipment are facilitating mobility in more than 3,000 cities. Parkeon employs over 1,000 staff across the world and its turnover was €175 million in 2012.

Parkeon Limited, 10 Willis Way, Poole, Dorset BH15 3SS, U.K.

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