The Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, in Dubai has introduced new App enabling parking inspectors in the Emirate to quickly identify vehicles in breach of the law governing the use of public car parks in the Emirate.
The procedure, which is performed via smartphones fitted with this App to screen public parking areas, comes as part of RTA's relentless efforts to provide the best means of delivering services to customers.
Maitha bin Udai, CEO of RTA's Traffic and Roads Agency, highlighted the benefits of the new App in raising the efficiency of public parking inspectors in Dubai as well as enhancing the efficiency of work at site. "The smart parking inspection App has a host of smart and technical features including: storing the data of vehicles in breach of the law governing public parking, alerting inspectors to take appropriate procedures in respect of violating vehicles. It smartly positions vehicles incompliant with the rules, and enhancing the quality of images of such vehicles; which in turn would reflect positively on the speed of responding to complaints and signing them off in a timely manner," she noted.
"The new App makes it easy for inspectors of public parking in the Emirate to make reports about any issues at site via a smart electronic environment, besides streamlining the administrative affairs of supervisors.
"The new App is a step forward towards realising the strategic goals of the RTA aims at fulfilling the requirements of the smart government in Dubai, especially as the scope of the sprawling public parking system in the Emirate is one of the largest worldwide comprising 125 thousand parking slots and five multi-level parking terminals managed by a single operator.