Cashless parking system to go live in the District

Residents and visitors to Bassetlaw will soon be able to use cashless parking in Council run car parks from the end of the month.

The introduction of a new system, RingGo, is a quick, easy-to-use mobile phone service that allows users to pay for parking by credit or debit card, rather than with cash at a machine, and you can easily top up your parking if you need to stay longer.

Councillor Jo White, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, “Phone parking is proving to be both popular and successful across other parts of the country and will make parking throughout Bassetlaw much easier for both residents and visitors to our town centres”

“The facility can be accessed by contacting RingGo on a smartphone app, calling, SMS or online and pay for your parking by phone and unlike normal parking sessions, you can simply top up your stay remotely.

“Whilst RingGo is an option, we want to reassure people that they will still be able to pay for their parking with cash, should they wish to do so.”

If you choose to pay via RingGo, there will be no need to display a ticket in your vehicle, as Civil Enforcement Officers will check which vehicles have paid for parking using special handheld devices.

The service will be available at the following locations:

  • Canal Terrace, Worksop
  • Castle Hill, Worksop
  • Central Avenue, Worksop
  • Farr Park, Worksop
  • Gateford Road, Worksop
  • Kilton Road, Worksop
  • Lead Hill, Worksop
  • Memorial Avenue Central, Worksop
  • Memorial Avenue West, Worksop
  • Newgate Street East, Worksop
  • Newgate Street West, Worksop
  • Potter Street, Worksop
  • Priorswell Road, Worksop
  • Queen Street, Worksop
  • Town Hall, Worksop
  • Ebeneezer Terrace, Worksop
  • Carolgate, Retford
  • Chancery Lane North, Retford
  • Chancery Lane South, Retford
  • Chapelgate, Retford
  • Churchgate Central, Retford
  • New Street, Retford
  • West Street, Retford

For more information about RingGo, please visit www.bassetlaw.gov.uk/paybyphone

 


Last Updated on Thursday, March 21, 2019

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