Automatic Number Plate Recognition
The way you pay for parking is changing
Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology will be installed at the following locations in the coming months along with more payment options and increased security. As part of these changes, these locations will also become cashless.
|Barnt Green||Lichfield Trent Valley|
|Bletchley||Milton Keynes Central|
|Kings Langley||Watford Junction|
How does ANPR work?
- Enter and park as normal - ANPR cameras read your number plate on entry and know what time you arrived at the car park
- Pay using one of the cashless payment methods listed below in advance, on arrival or when you are ready to leave the car park
- The ANPR cameras at the exit will know you have paid correctly
How do I pay for parking?
You can pay for parking using the Glide Parking app, online, via SMS, by phone or using one of the new payment machines within the car park.
All payment options will require you to provide the vehicle registration. It is the motorist’s responsibility to ensure the vehicle registration is complete and correct as failure to do so may result in the issuance of a Penalty Notice.
Details of these cashless payment platforms are shown below.
- Glide App – available on iOS and Android platforms
- Website – Visit the Saba Parking website and search your station
Blue Badge Parking
Blue Badge Holders must register on the Saba Blue Badge Portal to continue benefiting from free parking and to avoid being issued a Penalty Notice.
The portal allows users to register their Blue Badge and apply for an annual e-permit valid for up to three vehicles at up to three London Northwestern Railway or West Midlands Railway station locations. Users can manage their account online ensure details are kept up to date.
Please remember that you still must display your Blue Badge in your windscreen when you leave your vehicle.
Frequently asked questions
Please see some frequently asked questions below regarding ANPR
ANPR is a fast, simple and convenient for customers to pay for the use of the car park, as it increases the variety of payment options available. No danger of a lost, damaged or unreadable ticket, just a simple effortless process. The new camera system also offers further security at our car park locations.
You can either pay, on arrival at the car park, when you’re ready to leave via the many payment methods listed above or via the Glide app.
Purchasing parking in advance is one of the flexible range of payment methods we offer but it does not guarantee you a space in the car park.
No, there’s no need to display a ticket as your parking session is automatically picked up by our cameras. The system will know you have paid when you exit as it will automatically recognise your number plate.
There is a short grace period of 20 minutes to allow for drop off and pick up. After this period, payment is required at the applicable tariff. Non-payment may result in a postal Penalty Notice being issued.
You will not be able to purchase a car park ticket on the self-service ticket machines once we have installed ANPR.
Nothing, your existing purchase will remain valid for the period of validity left on your permit.
No, they will however need to register their vehicle on the Blue Badge Portal to continue to benefit from free parking. Additionally, they must continue to display their Full Blue Badge on their windscreen as manual checks will continue to take place at all locations.
If paid within 14 days it is £60.00. If not paid within this timeframe the full cost of £100.00 is applied. If a Penalty Notice remains unpaid after 28 days, it is passed to our Debt Management agency for them to process in line with their additional charges.
Penalty Notices can be appealed and how to do this is shown on the Penalty documentation sent to the driver.
The penalty notice documentation that you receive will show clear images of your vehicle entry and exit on the day(s) in question. There will also be instructions on how to pay the penalty notice or appeal if you believe that the penalty has been incorrectly issued.