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PARKING DETECTION THAT WORKS!


Our patented detection technology is more accurate, faster responding, and at the heart of the best parking management solutions in the world.


It works in Large Cities - San Francisco, CA At the request of the San Francisco Metropolitan Transit Authority, StreetSmart replaced the incumbent detection vendor, StreetLine. StreetSmart installed its vehicle detection “Puck” technology in over 6,200 spaces in less than eight weeks, and to date has passed or exceeded all requirements for detection accuracy and data timeliness.


It works in Small Cities - Easton, PA On Main Street USA, StreetSmart has improved payment compliance, enabled better enforcement, easier ticket adjudication, and had a dramatic impact on space turnover.


“Meter payments have gone up 20 percent or so. Business owners have (also) noted an increase in business since the sensors have been in place (and) businesses that were in fi nancial trouble have said there is an increase in foot traffi c and profi ts have increased. People are more likely to pay the ticket without challenge.”


Glenn Steckman, Easton City Administrator Republic & Herald, November 9, 2010


It also works in Off-Street Lots StreetSmart increases surface lot revenues for parking operators.


Real Time Parking Data = More Money to Your Bottom Line


In fact, StreetSmart Technology is chosen by the world’s leading parking equipment makers for all of those reasons.


Learn about us at www.streetsmarttechnology.com Or contact us directly:


Dan Justicz at (978) 807-8991 or djusticz@streetsmarttechnology.com


Shawn Botterill at (480) 993-0316 or sbotterill@streetsmarttechnology.com


LET STREETSMART’S TECHNOLOGY WORK FOR YOU


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