Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science


ISSN: 1451-4117

E-ISSN: 1821-31977
Volume 3 number 9, pages: 57 - 61

Srecko Babic 
Automatika d.o.o. Institut Mihailo Pupin, Belgrade, Serbia

In trying to solve parking problems, like many other metropolises, Belgrade has introduced a parking zones policy or restricted parking. The main feature of this policy is a limited parking time and fining for breaking the regulations. In this way maximum and minimum parking accumulation has been increasing on streets front and the pavements without parking zones. Every fifth vehicle is parked on a forbidden place. Parking zones policy will always cause parking demands to migrate to places without limited parking. The planned expansion of parking zones will create a new conceptual problem. It is useful and moral to offer users an alternative and after that be entitled to sanction violations. Technical systems that substitute a human being in parking fee collection have proved to be more reliable and cheaper from the standpoint of errors towards users.

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