After having carried through a major reorganisation of its parking management division, Leiden city authorities were eager to measure the results.
The municipality of Leeuwarden gives policymakers associated management information on both street and garage parking.
Spark - under auspices of Professor Riek Bakker, a leading authority in urban planning - recently contributed to a future-proof plan for revitalizing the centre of the Dutch city of Roosendaal.
With the opening a spectacular underground walkway connecting the region’s main hospital to one of the largest parking garages in the centre of Enschede, a new influx of hospital visitors was set to impact the parking facility and its services.
Rotterdam boasts extensive parking and Park & Ride options for visitors to the bustling city centre. However, familiarity with these parking options remains low amongst visitors.
Spark identified ways to provide visitors to the city of ‘s Hertogenbosch with real-time parking information, thereby solving a long-standing problem of queues in front of full car parks.
The existing Jaarbeursplein car park, adjacent to the busiest train station in the Netherlands, was to be replaced by a new car park offering modern parking facilities to 800 cars.
Rotterdam city was looking to make a car park open to the general public. Spark was asked to research the feasibility of dual (i.e. paid and free) parking access.
The Municipality of Ede wished to improve the operational efficiency of its parking facilities and, as a result, increase revenues.
Amsterdam City Car Parks was looking to streamline operations and become more market-oriented.
More online purchases mean fewer visitors to city centres and that, in turn, means lower revenues on parking facilities. The Hengelo city authorities were looking for ways to improve parking revenues.
Digital parking offers new levels of parking efficiency. Delft city authorities were looking to fully digitize the city’s complete parking chain, including all operational aspects, payment services, parking enforcement and back office administration.
Almelo city wished to build a temporary multi-storey car park for Park & Ride travellers. The city council was looking to assess the financial viability of this plan.
Inspired by the digital parking systems already used in the Netherlands, Copenhagen city authorities wished to implement similar parking enforcement software, including state of the art scan vehicles.