Moovia, a joint venture between Transdev and Egis, is delighted to announce that the city of Paris has renewed its trust in the companies for another four years to provide paid-for on-street parking enforcement services in several areas of Paris.
Over the past four years, Moovia has provided high-performing and quality on-street parking enforcement services to the city of Paris, and the new contract will allow the company to continue this service provision in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, and 20th arrondissements and Bois de Vincennes from 1st of July 2023. The contract will involve the deployment of 17 fully electric vehicles equipped with automatic number-plate recognition systems (ANPR) to achieve the targets set in the new contract.
Moovia will remain responsible for organising the enforcement for light vehicles, motorcycles, and vehicles for disabled people, while Egis will continue to manage the incoming claims from the driver users, applying the city's policy. As part of this new contract, Moovia will provide 100,000 hours of employment for people with difficulties accessing the employment market, with staff recruitment and training already underway since February.
The new contract’s parking enforcement targets are expected to result in higher vehicle rotation, smoother traffic flow, and a reduction in the space taken up by cars in the city, which will benefit public transport and other forms of mobility.
Moovia has been operating on-street parking enforcement for cars, coaches, and motorcycles and managing the claims system for the 8th, 9th, 10th, 17th, 18th, and 19th arrondissements of Paris since 1 January 2018. Moovia has patrolled over 43,000 spaces daily with four fully electric vehicles equipped with ANPR cameras and a dedicated image review control centre with operational teams managing the whole enforcement process, issuing fixed penalties and managing claims.