New Orleans, Standard and Parkeon


New Orleans, Standard and Parkeon

New Orleans is completing the installation of 400 pay and display machines provided by Parkeon. Read all about it in their news release here. It says in part:

A joint venture between Standard Parking Corporation, a major parking management services company, and Parking Solutions, a New Orleans-based minority-owned business, is replacing approximately 2,600 single and dual space parking meters in the City of New Orleans. Four hundred new solar-powered Parkeon Stelio® multi-space, pay-and-display terminals will now control some 3,700 spaces across a major part of the City. Removing designated single bays will increase on-street parking capacity, making it easier for drivers to find a space while also generating increased parking revenues.

Commenting on the installation, Mayor C. Ray Nagin said, “This advanced system is a win for everyone because it offers flexibility, ease-of-service, and more parking spaces throughout the community, while generating more revenue for the City”.

This is seemingly the end of a long a complicated, and sometimes contentious process in the Big Easy. We reported on it earlier here.


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