City of Berwyn’s new long awaited parking deck to be opened in the fall of 2009. The City decides to install Cale Compact XL pay stations, which offers the users multiple payment methods and the City the impeccable service of Total Parking Solutions, Inc. The Cale central management system feature of “remote enforcement” will be the added bonus that Village staff will appreciate the most.
Total Parking Solutions, Inc starts out the new year by replacing four Parkeon pay stations with Cale terminals in the Village of Wheeling. Meters will accept cash and credit cards as forms of payment.
Village of Downers Grove elects to go with their neighbor Total Parking Solutions, Inc as their parking equipment provider and service company as part of the Belmont Ave. Underpass Project. The three pay stations installed will accept cash and credit cards.
Village of Schaumburg replaces Parkeon pay stations with Cale Compact XL’s. This spring, Total Parking Solutions Inc will be installing six units that will accept cash and credit cards.
Village of Round Lake removes honor boxes in favor of electronic pay by space terminals as part of Metra station rehab project. Three pay stations will be operational by the end of spring of 2009. Cash and credit cards will be accepted.
City of Wood Dale decides that staying with Total Parking Solutions, Inc is the most logical choice as they replace Parkeon machines with Cale pay by space terminals. TPS provided service and maintenance for the Parkeon machines for Wood Dale since opening in 2005.
The Village of Oak Park adds to their multi-space meter inventory by installing an additional four Cale pay stations in their downtown district. Increased revenues are being attributed to the convenience of credit card payment and the operational reliability of the Cale terminals.
As part of the expansion of the Crystal Lake Pingree Station parking lot, Metra adds four pay by space terminals, increasing the total number of machines to nine.
Total Parking Solutions, Inc completes installation of Cale Pay and Display parking terminals in the City of Duluth, Minnesota. The City decided to introduce pay and display parking in an very active shopping district known as Canal Park. The credit card payment option is a big hit with both the users and the City.
After an exhaustive bid process, the Village of Glenview selects Total Parking Solutions, Inc and Cale in replacing the antiquated Parkeon machines at their Metra station parking lots.
The Village of Vernon Hills decides to replace honor boxes with Cale pay by space terminals. The machines will accept cash and credit cards.
The City of Aurora is the latest to install Cale pay by space terminals as part of the expansion of their Metra Lincoln Avenue parking lot.
City of Evanston installs Cale pay by space machines in two municipal garages. Meters accept coin, bills, and credit cards. The convenience of Cale’s new “remote enforcement” will be introduced to the parking staff. Metra stations to soon follow suit.
Cale pay by space terminals replace Parkeon machines in the Village of Western Springs. WebOffice will provide the convenience of credit card payment for the users and remote enforcement for the Village.