Cale terminals replace pay on foot system

Ever get stuck at a pay on foot parking facility because the barrier will not raise or the machine will not accept your ticket?
cale 4.12.08.jpgWell, a parking operator in Montreal, Canada decided to find a solution to this problem. They removed their pay on foot system and replaced it with Cale pay and display terminals. One reason for taking this decision was the high cost of maintaining pay on foot equipment. Another reason was the issues of motorists not being able to leave a facility when the barrier would not open, regardless of it being a machine or customer error.

The Cale parking terminals are the best solution. The free entry and exit system known through out the city is a hassle free method of dealing with surface car parking. The MPC 104 solar powered terminal with online credit card was chosen because of it's simple installation and proven reliability.

The parking operator is expecting to increase revenue as customers pay in advance for thier parking and prefer to pay for the maximum allotted time.
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