The in-road sensors detect if the parking bay is occupied.
The piloting of in-road disability parking bay sensors for a 12-month period has been agreed by members of Bray Town Council.
The in-road sensors detect if the parking bay is occupied and users are able to see which disabled parking bays are occupied and which are free. The user can then use Google maps, or a similar mapping app, to direct them to the parking bay.
If the trial of the in-road disability parking bay sensors is successful, they will be rolled out on an initial three-year contract.
The app is currently in use and can be downloaded from the playstore and appstore, simply by searching “ParkTime”, set up a free profile and select Bray as the city to test the app.
If you select a green (empty) space it will direct you to parking bay using Google maps or Waze maps. Red spaces indicate that the parking bay is occupied.
Bray Cathaoirleach Melanie Corrigan says it will make life a little easier for those in need.