(From Atlanta Airport:)
Credit card in/out system goes into effect today
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has implemented a quick, convenient and secure ticketless parking system. The west economy, Park-Ride Reserve and Park-Ride B lots are now on an automated, credit card in/out system. No more parking stubs will be issued, and cash no longer will be accepted at these lots.
Credit card in/out allows a customer to insert a credit card into the card reader upon entering the lot and insert the same credit card upon exit. The system computes fees based upon length of stay and charges the credit card.
On-airport parking provides convenient access to the Airport’s main terminal. For more information about Airport parking, please go to www.atlanta-airport.com/Parking/.
(This new arrangement got a big thumbs down from TICKET readers who have used it over on our Facebook page: Look for the parking post here.)
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Thanks Peter! Good comment. In the San Francisco Bay area, those who have electronic fast passes for bridge toll can now use them for airport parking.
Peter Lauer says
Would be even more clever if ATL parking would utilize the GA Cruise Card system (GA 400 being the only place it is used currently). The EZ Pass system is used all over the NE including many of the airports. I once asked our parking authority about this and they were clueless & barely seemed to understand the notion.