The Essential Component to Effective Parking Policy.
Streetline offers a variety of parking and workforce management applications to help you optimize enforcement activities. Developed with and for enforcement officers, Streetline’s patent-pending Guided Enforcement™ mobile application is proven to provide effective turnover rates and compliance, as well as a significant revenue stream to help fund city and university parking and other initiatives. Available for iPad mini and iPhone, Guided Enforcement identifies and directs enforcement officers to the location of parking violations in real-time and provides parking management with essential information to design an effective enforcement model and manage staffing levels.
Features of Guided Enforcement
- Supports metered, time limit only, parking restricted, and no parking environments
- Map of current violations
- List of spaces in violation, including arrival times
- Disabled placard filter
- Adjudication reporting shows turnover by date/space
Timed Enforcement: No Need for Chalking
Timed enforcement offers cities and universities without meters – just time limits – a better alternative to chalking: real-time technology. By tapping data from Streetline’s real-time sensor network, the new timed enforcement feature captures arrival times and digitally tracks overstays, eliminating the need for chalking.
Filters Likely Exemptions
The app also includes support for disabled placard enforcement and exemptions. With a click of a button, potential exemptions such as disabled placards – are filtered out, guiding officers to blocks with the highest probability of finding a violation.
Why is Policy Enforcement Important?
By actively enforcing parking policy, cities can help local merchants be more successful and increased revenue for the city through improved compliance and turnover. With these additional revenues, cities can invest back in the neighborhoods by repairing roads and sidewalks, planting trees, removing graffiti, and more.
And for both cities and universities with parking restricted or no parking zones – for emergency purposes or other reasons – being able to monitor and track these spaces offers safety and peace of mind.