City motorists will no longer rely on attendants to pay for parking. The county government will launch a digital payment that targets on-street, off-street and seasonal parking by August. Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke said the project is part of an IT road-map system that will go on till 2016.
He said motorists will pay Sh300 daily parking fee but in 2015, they will be charged depending on the parking hours. “We want to stabilise the system but from next year, motorists will pay for the service delivered.
There is no point of paying a whole day’s parking yet, you have only parked for an hour or less,” said Mueke. The digitisation of payment process, which started in June 24, will improve revenue collection, Mueke said.