Now book, pay for your parking in Delhi through the new ‘MyParkings’ app


New Delhi | Jagran Press Office: In a smart and unique move, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on Thursday launched the smart parking mobile app, “MyParkings”, for people living in the nation’s capital. With the help of this app, citizens can pay parking fees online and check real-time availability of parking spaces.

With this app, a person can easily reserve parking spaces according to their availability. The app is developed by Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Limited (BECIL) – which is a public sector company of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and people can use the app from next week. A civic body official said they will gradually add more parking sites to the app.

According to SDMC Mayor Mukesh Suryan, this app will help Delhi people to make cashless payments of parking fees, and all data will be linked to Vahan app, Fastag and e-challan database of traffic police. Meanwhile, BECIL and SDMC have signed a memorandum of understanding which states that it is the responsibility of BECIL to set up an agency for the intelligent parking system based on applications under the jurisdiction of SDMC.

Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur said that thanks to this app, the process of booking a parking space will become much easier. “With the use of this app, which has a cashless and paperless transaction mode, a lot of paper will also be saved on a daily basis,” said Anurag Thakur.

SDMC Commissioner Gynesh Bharti said: “BECIL will bear the full costs of developing and maintaining the application-based system, the capital cost of the server and its associated hardware and software. “

Of five local bodies in the nation’s capital, New Delhi City Council is the only body currently responsible for operating a parking management application, while the southern company, which manages 25,000 parking lots, will become the second largest. body on the list to do the job. .

Posted by: Mallika Mehzabeen


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