Dan Allen: Serco Inc. Adds Parking, Traffic Control Support Work in LA Suburb

Dan Allen
Dan Allen

Serco Inc., the Britain-based contractor’s North American subsidiary, has won a 10-year, $25 million contract to provide parking enforcement services and manage parking meter and traffic control operations in Inglewood, California.

The company said Monday it will support daily traffic, parking, dispatch and customer services in the Los Angeles suburb as well as monitor scofflaws using license plate recognition technology.

Contract work also includes operations and maintenance of the 1,900 parking meters in Inglewood and help in developing new parking enforcement guidelines and performance standards.

Dan Allen, Serco Inc. chairman and CEO, said the company has provided parking management systems for other cities across the U.S.

Serco said it has helped to manage on-street parking regulations in San Francisco and West Hollywood and traffic management systems in Virginia and Georgia.

The company to add 75 job opportunities for the Inglewood community to support the contract work.

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