RingGo introduced at Bristol Parkway

Cobalt's RingGo cashless parking system is to be introduced at Bristol Parkway railway station from today, Monday 4th April. From now onwards, commuters parking at Bristol Parkway station will no longer need cash to feed ticket machines and can save money too.
cobalt.jpgNecessarily, some of the introductory marketing material explaining the introduction of the service was put in place during the Easter weekend. Although a traditionally slow week, many commuters have already been encouraged to sign-up for RingGo, indicating that initial take-up rates will be much stronger at Parkway than had been anticipated.
ring_go.gifRingGo is Cobalt's innovative mobile parking payment system that has been designed, from the start, for the specific needs of the UK market. Building on Cobalt's existing strengths, the RingGo service is offered to car park operators via a commercial model that demands a relatively low initial capital investment. Flexible and powerful, RingGo has also been carefully designed to operate alongside and complement almost all existing on and off street infrastructure.

More information is available at the RingGo website www.RingGo.co.uk
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