Hyderabad Metro to go for 'smart' parking system

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Hyderabad, May 5:Hyderabad Metro passengers will soon have to pay for parking their vehicles at Metro stations with the Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) planning to introduce a smart parking management system at 24 stations on the Nagole-Miyapur stretch shortly. Currently, Metro passengers are permitted to park their vehicles at the stations for free.
Once the smart parking system comes into vogue, two-wheeler owners will have to pay Rs 6 for the first two hours and Rs 3 for every hour thereafter. Four-wheeler owners will have to pay Rs 16 for the initial two hours and Rs 8 for every hour thereafter. More importantly, the motorists will be penalised heavily for parking the vehicles outside designated areas.
In case of two-wheelers, the fine can be up to Rs 100 and for four wheelers it could be Rs 200. This apart, motorists will have to shell out parking fee for 10 hours for violating parking rules. HMRL is inviting agencies to take up the work and maintain the system. Under the smart parking system, an exclusive mobile app will also be unveiled and users can pay the parking fee online and check slot availability among other features.
The agency will have to design, develop, construct, implement, operate and maintain the entire system. An exclusive control centre equipped with surveillance facilities to monitor the vehicles, parking and other aspects will also be set up as part of the system, an HMRL official said.
HMRL will be providing space, including open space near the stations while on-street parking space has also been identified at a few places. The agency will have to set up sheds, lights and an electronic system that will calculate the parking duration and issue a bill accordingly, he added.
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