OUR MACHINES ARE PROUDLY MANUFACTURED IN THE USA!

OUR MACHINES ARE PROUDLY MANUFACTURED IN THE USA!

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APPLICATIONS FOR OUR AUTOMATED PAY STATIONS

PARKING ACCESS CONTROL SOLUTIONS

Pacific Parking Systems’ automated pay stations can help you manage your gated parking facility, whether it be a small surface lot or an enclosed multilevel facility. Our scalable portfolio of products are able to meet the many needs of our diverse customer base where parking access and revenue control is needed. With a web-based, back end revenue management system, all information from the revenue network is available in real-time, and changes to your system can be managed remotely and securely from any web browser.

 

Pacific Parking Systems’ extensive experience with parking applications combined with our state-of-the-art unattended, automated payment platform and support base enables us to provide customers a variety of options for their access control needs. We offer a number of payment applications for access control such as Digital Parking Meters, Pay-on-Foot, Pay-on-Exit, Pay-on-Entry, and Pay-by-License in a cost-effective, easy to manage parking solution.

Pay On Entry

The parking patron pays from their vehicle upon entry to the facility. When they are ready to leave, there is no additional payment or validation required. This is a simple and convenient solution for Gated Access. Our automated fee machines can be used as parking meters and configured with customizable rate tables.

Pay On Exit

The parking patron pays from their vehicle upon entry to the facility. When they are ready to leave there is no additional payment or validation required. This is a simple and convenient solution for Gated Access. Our automated fee machines can be used as parking meters and configured with customizable rate tables.

Pay On Foot

The parking patron obtains a ticket upon entry and cannot exit the facility without payment at a pay station located at a central pedestrian access point. The customer presents a validated ticket to a ticket reader at the exit gate. This solution is generally gated at both entry and exit. Revenue may increase with a Pay on Exit solution as the fee can be variable tied to the length of stay. This solution is best for high volume/traffic locations as exit lanes are unencumbered by parkers going through the payment process (looking for change, reading directions, etc.).