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Cash-free parking scheme gets rolling

PUBLISHED: 11:43 20 May 2010 | UPDATED: 10:13 12 August 2010

CASH-free parking is set for the borough for all on and off-street parking except the town centre s multi-storey car parks. Commuters driving from the south and south-east of London register once, park anywhere along a corridor through Bromley, Lewisham

CASH-free parking is set for the borough for all on and off-street parking except the town centre's multi-storey car parks.

Commuters driving from the south and south-east of London register once, park anywhere along a corridor through Bromley, Lewisham or Southwark, and use the same phone number and parking system.

The contract was awarded to RingGo who have installed the system in eight other London boroughs.

RinGo's website says users must pay it around 20p on top of their normal charge.

The system is widespread to the west of London and across Kent. RingGo sales director, Terry New said: "Wherever we launch, we see a large number of existing users adopt the service immediately.

"Our experience is that at any new site, about a third of customers will have used RingGo elsewhere. But with such a high concentration of RingGo sites surrounding Bromley, we would expect initial take up there to be

particularly good."

The company is in the planning stages of installing the services but did not confirm when it would be finished.

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