Public Opinion Poll on the Parking System in Piła and the Possibility of Introducing the Smart Parking System in Piła

Piotr Gorzelanczyk

Państwowa Uczelnia Stanisława Staszica w Pile

Tymoteusz Wieczorek

Stanislaw Staszic University of Applied Sciences in Pila


The aim of the article is to find out about the public opinion of the inhabitants of the city of Piła about the functioning of the parking system, in which residents have problems finding a parking space. The most important issues in this field were reviewed. On the basis of the survey, car parks were designated, where it was proposed to modify the existing parking system by introducing intelligent parking systems. The results of the research, after analysis and summary of observations in the form of conclusions, are presented in the table and in the form of graphs.


parking, Piła, smart parking, intelligent parking

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Gorzelanczyk, P., & Wieczorek, T. (2021). Public Opinion Poll on the Parking System in Piła and the Possibility of Introducing the Smart Parking System in Piła. Technical Sciences, 24(1), 13–26.

Piotr Gorzelanczyk 
Państwowa Uczelnia Stanisława Staszica w Pile
Tymoteusz Wieczorek 
Stanislaw Staszic University of Applied Sciences in Pila


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