New ticket system for Hamilton car parks
The public are advised that No. 1 Car Park as well as Par-la-Ville Car Park are scheduled to go live on Monday, July 9th with a one-ticket system; they will operate using a single ticket for entry, payment and exit. The one-ticket system is gradually being implemented in all of the City’s barrier lots with Bull’s Head and Elliott Street already in operation. Motorists must take a ticket upon entry. When they have completed their stay in the lot and ready to return to their vehicle, scan the ticket at the pay station and make their payment. This Entry ticket (the ticket they received when they came in) is now valid to use to scan at the exit gate and leave the lot. The new system will have no effect for EasyPark users and those will operate as normal.
The City reminds the public that it now offers monthly and annual parking permits in all of its long-term car parks using a swipe card for entry and exit, eliminating the need to visit a pay station or use EasyPark Mobile. The monthly charge ranges from $100.00 to $400.00 and the annual rate ranges from $1100.00 to $4400.00. Monthly permits will be valid from the first of the month till the last day of the month. No prorated permits will be issued. Applications can be obtained from the City offices in City Hall as well as on the City website — www.cityofhamilton.bm — under the City Permits heading. Applications may take up to 48 hours to process so motorists are advised to submit their application in plenty of time before the first of the month. There is also an option to apply online on the City website.
• Press release from the City of Hamilton
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