EPA Award 2017 Shortlist
At the EPA Congress 2017, the most interesting parking solutions all over Europe were honored with the EPA Awards.
The objective of the awards is to promote qualitative improvements in public car parking both on- and off-street. The contributions of the parking operation to parking policy, to sustainable urban mobility plans and to urban development are important factors. In particular the awards seek to promote improvements in services provided to the customers and effective and sustainable management of the facilities. The awards also promote the development of good working practices in on street parking.
For the 2017 competition five categories were defined for projects entries. The deadline for entries has now expired.
Category 1: New parking structures
Category 2: Renovated parking structures
Category 3: On-street parking projects
Category 4: Innovative schemes in parking
Category 5: Marketing & communication on parking
Out of 28 entries the board selected a shortlist of 16 and specialist jury teams chose the winner of each category:
|Category ||project name ||application by ||city ||country |
|1 ||Park Primo Maggio ||Sistema Sosta e Mobilità SpA ||Udine ||I |
|2 ||Am Museumsquartier ||Contipark International Austria GmbH ||Vienna ||A |
|3 ||Remote Image Review for Digital on-street enforcement ||Egis Projects S.A. ||Amsterdam ||NL |
|4 ||Q-Park Cashless and Contactless Payments ||Q-Park NV ||Maastricht ||NL |
|5 ||Prevent Smash&Grab campaign in collaboration with the Amsterdam Police Department ||Q-Park Netherlands/Amsterdam Police/Municipality of Amsterdam ||Amsterdam||NL |
The awards were presented in a special ceremony during the 18th EPA Congress in Rotterdam, on 20 September 2017.