NCP, the UK’s largest car park provider, has announced it will introduce brand new ticketing equipment at its sites on Dublin Road and Montgomery Street in Belfast.
As part of NCP’s commitment to improving their customers’ parking experience, the new kit from Scheidt and Bachmann is the latest in parking technology, where machines will issue a chip coin rather than the traditional ticket. This will also allow NCP to introduce new parking products to its customers in the future.
The new equipment will come as a welcome addition to NCP Belfast customers, who will then be able to pay for their parking using a credit or debit card.
The new chip coin ticket system also offers a number of benefits to customers – smoother entry and exits, no more ticket jams, and a coin which is easier to carry and reusable, so it’s beneficial for the environment too.
The equipment will be installed in a rolling process during August and September. Posters and leaflets are being used to advise customers and season ticket holders of the change over, and staff will be on hand at each site to answer any questions or concerns from the public.
Steve Pyle, Regional Managing Director for NCP said: “We are continually looking at new ways to better the parking experience we provide at NCP. This cutting-edge equipment is being introduced to provide a faster, greener and more efficient service for our Belfast customers.”
Although disruption will be kept to a minimum, NCP would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused during installation.