HMRL MD N.V.S. Reddy inspects the smart parking at Rasoolpura station.
Hyderabad: The bids of ‘Park Hyderabad’, an initiative by HMRL, to provide on-street Smart Parking facilities at Miyapur to Nagole metro stations, have been finalised.
Without any human intervention, citizens using an app can reserve parking spot. The mobile app will provide real time information from all the on-street smart parking lots at Metro stations. There are about 4,000 two-wheeler and 400 four-wheeler parking bays at the 24 Metro stations which will be colour coded.
The parking rates are Rs 3 an hour for a two-wheeler and Rs 8 an hour for a four-wheeler.
These transactions can be done using both cash and digital payment mode.
The pilot project is being run at the Rasoolpura station.
HMRL managing director N.V.S. Reddy said, “The parking areas at the metro stations will be aesthetically developed with covered parking shelters near Metro stations and will have free Wi-Fi and other facilities. These smart parking lots will become hubs of activity with CCTV cameras linked to a central command and control centre.”
HMRL identified Zruti Solutions, in technical collaboration with Agile Parking Solutions Pvt Ltd, as the licencee.
Zruti Solutions will invest Rs 8 crore to create world class parking solutions.
The Park, to be built on par with Putrajaya KL Bird Park,will have around 2,000 birds of 150 species.
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