Pay and display machines around the borough have been taken out of service and RingGo is now the only way to pay to park in council-owned parking areas, (except for the Civic Centre car park in Bromley town centre).
RingGo has been available and well used throughout the borough for over ten years, providing a secure way to pay for parking using a credit or debit card with benefits including;
- no need to find coins or display a ticket,
- the facility to extend your parking from wherever you are,
- avoid penalties due to lost or badly displayed tickets.
If you haven’t done so already, we recommend registering for a RingGo account, so that you are prepared and familiar with using the service and its benefits when you need to park around the borough.
Registering is quick and easy, all you need is your mobile number, email address, vehicle details and your payment card. Further information on registering with RingGo is available at: www.bromley.gov.uk/ringgoparkingregisterOnce registered, you can use the service in other parts of the country where the RingGo scheme is operating.
Frequently asked questions about the removal of pay and display machines.