Bert van Wee, honorary professor transport policy, says that scan cars “are becoming even more popular than they currently are” and that it will be especially interesting for cities with 100,000 or more inhabitants. The transport expert gives three important reasons that explain this growth.
The ‘Kauwgomballenfabriek’ in Amsterdam is now parking seamless and efficiently with XPark. All the employees of the different companies that reside here can now access the car park with their license plate. No more hassle with tickets, passes or tags.
The municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg chose to use Brickyard’s Camera Enforcement in the ‘Huygenskwartier’ neighbourhood. This 24/7 camera enforcement must keep cars, but also mopeds, out of the pedestrian area. This should improve the quality of life on the streets.
Since this month, the municipality of Ridderkerk (Netherlands) started using Brickyard Camera Enforcement at their bus lane ‘Rijksstraatweg’. Residents are experiencing nuisance by “cut-through traffic” that is using the bus lane for a shortcut. During this trial period, it will be examined whether camera enforcement will reduce cut-through traffic.
From January 23rd until the 25th, Brickyard will be present at the Facility & Building management exposition at the ‘Jaarbeurs’ in Utrecht. Visit us to talk about our innovative XPark parking solution!
The most important Dutch event for mobility has another 2-day edition in 2018. Brickyard will be present and showing its products in the ‘parking street’ in hall 2. Drop by and we will show the innovative XPark parking system and our well-known camera enforcement system!
Security company G4S and mobility company Brickyard share a vision and therefore see interesting opportunities for a collaboration between the two companies. The first cooperation agreement was signed recently, this was an XPark parking system at the G4S headquarters in Amsterdam.
Another municipality will soon start using camera enforcement by Brickyard. Our ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras are going to check if people live up to the access restriction rules that have been introduced recently. People are free to drive in and out of the area during loading and unloading times, outside this time period they are not allowed to do so. The cameras will be activated mid-October. The first few months will be a start-up period, during this period warnings will be given to offenders instead of fines.