KEYNOTE ADDRESS: One Stop Parking
Hans Oortwijn, Enterprise Architect, Dutch Government Road Transport Agency
In 2013 the Dutch municipal councils pioneered a single national parking register, forming a cooperative to realise this vision. RDW was appointed to build and then manage the National Parking Register. The National Parking Register currently has agreements with close to 90 municipalities in the Netherlands and a large number of parking providers.
The register contains data regarding parking restrictions and fees in each of the 90 participating municipalities. Payment providers use the data to provide real-time data about the availability of parking spaces (including on-street and off-street parking) to their customers so they can choose and pay for the parking they require. The municipality uses the register to obtain parking and payment information to enforce parking restrictions. The National Parking Register provides benefits to customers, who can select one payment provider- who may also provide other automotive services such as tolls and fuels- for use in all 90 municipalities, and benefits to the providers who can market their product to the customers of these municipalities, and the municipalities who don’t have to undertake the tender and procurement process for payment providers, nor undertake promotion and communication of parking providers.
The RDW also see this as preparation for the introduction of autonomous vehicles, with consistent formatting of data in a central location. Hans Oortwijn will discuss RDW’s role as a service provider in the mobility chain, and the extensive expertise they have gained through years of experience with complex data registers and the execution of statutory tasks.
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31 October – 2 November 2018
The Star Gold Coast
1 Casino Dr
Broadbeach QLD 4218
31 October 2018
1 November 2018
Parking Industry Awards Dinner
31 October – 2 November 2018
THE STAR GOLD COAST, QLD 4218
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