Soon, the Palika Parking will be equipped with a new electronic parking guidance and management system, wherein your car would be guided to the closest vacant car space in the parking lot.
The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has said it will be implementing the project within six months of award of work, to coincide with the Commonwealth Games to be held in October this year.
The cost of the project is Rs. 2.58 crore.
“Vehicle users would be guided through a wide range of modern gadgets including sensors, lights, signboards and directional displays to the nearest empty parking space. Similarly, the system will help car users to identify the location of their car at the time of exit,” said a senior NDMC official. The project was approved in the NDMC council meeting on Wednesday.
NDMC said once the system becomes operational, it would ease entry and exit of vehicles from Palika parking.
The Palika parking has three levels and can accommodate 1,050 cars and 500 scooters.