California State University at Sacramento has just over 32,000 students and almost 2,000 faculty members. With its large flow of daily campus commuters, the university struggled with its parking operations prior to Covid-19. The school manages over 14,000 parking spaces that include 5 structures and several open lots. Dealing with physical permits and gated entry into some of their parking structures caused slower operations and higher costs for the school. The costs of manually operating parking lots and structures were at an all-time high before Covid-19 hit in the spring of 2020.
The City of Milwaukee Wisconsin is continually looking for ways to improve the safety of its citizens and the officers while providing sound parking enforcement to maximize the use of the existing parking supply. This ensures the street is used for the greatest benefit of all residents, businesses, and visitors. It is one of the reasons that we have regular reviews as part of Route1’s Technology Life-cycle Maintenance and Support.
An aspect of our turn-key engineering and professional services is our life-cycle maintenance and support, which includes support for our clients’ hardware and software. The Colorado School of Mines upgraded its current support plan to better fit its needs, including more configuration hours and multiple contacts. Our new VP of Operations, Elton Crawford, and Solutions Architect, Garred McMillen, visited Colorado School of Mines to perform a process review.
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