NORWALK, Conn. -- Parking in Norwalk is about to become less of a hassle thanks to the implementation of smart-parking technology.
The technology will provide visitors and residents with real-time occupancy data and guidance to available spaces for on and off-street parking in the city’s urban areas, ultimately improving mobility in Norwalk and transforming parking in the city.
Work to install the technology began in the spring in several parking facilities and continues through Friday, Aug. 22, in the Wall Street and South Norwalk areas.
CASE Parking, a parking data solutions provider, and Streetline, Inc., a leading global provider of sensor-based smart-parking technology, have partnered to help create the new system.
CASE parking will collect occupancy data from parking lots and garages while Streetline is outfitting the urban core with 200 sensors that collect occupancy data in real-time. Data from both systems will be streamed directly into Streetline's mobile app, called Parker that motorists can use to easily find available parking.
“The Norwalk Parking Authority is always looking for innovative solutions for our customers and our city,” Julius Hayward, chairman of the authority said in a statement. “These new technologies will provide real-time information on where there are available parking spaces both on-street as well as in our parking facilities, helping visitors and residents of Norwalk more easily find parking spaces and park so they can get out and enjoy our city.”
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