5 tips for managing multi-site parking lots

April 21, 2020

Having multiple company parking sites makes their management more complex. It is more complicated to have global visibility of available spaces at your sites. This makes it difficult to manage the accesses to the car parks and to keep all your employees happy.

To meet these challenges, here are 5 tips to manage multi-park sites in the best possible way:


Centralize the management of the different parking lots on a single intelligent platform: avoid wasting time or duplicating information and remove frustration.

Discover the Platform offer, the tool to optimize your parking

Give different types of access

Try to give everyone one or more access to the parking lots according to their needs instead of their desires (to optimise the turnover and the mutualisation of spaces as much as possible).


Categorize the needs of your employees: does the manager have more rights in my company? Are pregnant women and people with reduced mobility a priority? Or, on the contrary, offer equal access for all employees regardless of their hierarchical level. Corporate policy and culture determine what the priorities are and how the company will categorize its parking policy.

Adapt your parking policy

Adapt your parking policy in a way that makes life easier for employees: allowing them to make the commute to and from work easier without having to worry about their parking space when they arrive at their destination.

You can also read our article : What is parking policy?

Empower employees

Make its employees responsible for the use of parking lots. They are becoming increasingly scarce, especially if your number of employees grows. By offering them the experience of parking management they will become aware that parking has become a scarce resource.

To conclude, there are various levers to best manage multi-site parking lots in your company. This will allow you to increase employee satisfaction, raise awareness about parking and the mobility of your team. A good parking policy will reflect your values as well as your corporate culture.

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