A Tale of Parking Automation at Cultus Lake: Bringing Self-Serve and Digital Technology to a Booming Tourist Town

During this webinar featured guest Joe Lamb, Chief Administrative Officer at Cultus Lake, a Provincial Park governed by the Park Act of 1932. This wholly independent entity with no government funding is a community, and tourist destination that is nestled in the mountains of British Columbia.

Cultus Lake Park joins gtechna in discussing its technology journey. Initially starting out with a singular need to manage code and bylaw regulation more effectively with a digital system, Cultus Lake Park also saw an opportunity to rethink its approach to managing its parking infrastructure. The discovery process took Cultus Lake Park on a path to innovation.

The community now boasts some of the industry's most leading-edge solutions including a fully digital residential permit system, pay-by-plate off-street lots, and an online payments portal. Automation has brought convenience to residents, tourists, and staff while bringing more revenue to coffers in support of its self-sustaining tourism industry.

Learn more about Cultus Lake Park's evolution.

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