PGDC Investments in Parking Equipment
Through 2020 the PGDC has invested over $788,000 in state-of-the art single-space parking meters, multi-space pay stations, and other customer friendly technologies necessary to accurately collect parking revenues and enforce parking regulations. The PGDC continuously upgrades its parking-related equipment so that parkers have multiple payment options (cash, credit card, or smartphone) that are integrated for a seamless parking experience. All parking equipment complies with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) essential to the processing of credit card transactions in a secure environment.
$279,000 Multi-space Pay Stations. Purchased and installed 23 Luke II multi-space pay stations for deployment in Town surface parking lots, along the waterfront, and in the S. Russell Street parking deck.
$203,000 M4 Single-space Meters. Purchased and installed 365 IPS single-space meters for placement along Waterfront and selected streets throughout downtown Plymouth (2013).
$146,000 M5 Solar-powered Single-space Meters. Purchase and install 320 new IPS M5 state-of-art solar powered single-space meters; replace meters along Waterfront with pay stations (2019).
$160,000 Parking Signs & Re-striping. Annual purchase and installation of parking signs and re-striping of parking stall lines at all parking lots in Plymouth (@ 11 years).
Items will be added after they are incurred