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facilities. Park Assist and Amano McGann provide the systems in the garages. Ching’s surface lots that support parking for the beach hold


5,500 spaces and are served by pay-by-space equipment from Digital Payment Technologies. Pay-by-space is convenient and allows for easy enforcement, he said. Although mostly empty in the wintertime, the lots are jammed in the summer months. Event parking is an issue in Santa Monica. For example,


Cirque du Soleil has pitched a large tent on one of Ching’s lots near Santa Monica Pier. “We lose a large number of spaces and also have to park


attendees in lots throughout the city,” he said. “We have perma- nent signs that direct attendees to these lots and shuttles that take them to the show. “Plus, we have a number of events in our civic auditori-


um and street markets and fairs throughout the year. Santa Mon- ica is a busy place,” Ching said, “and parking is a large part of the activity.”


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