Our areas of intervention

Sareco has the capacity to intervene on the most varied themes concerning parking . The main ones are presented below.
Achieving objectives in terms of mobility, the development of public spaces and the revitalization of city centers requires the implementation of an appropriate parking policy.
The organization of spaces on the street aims to find the right balance between the space dedicated to parking and that dedicated to other urban functions. But the proper use of these places will depend on the management in place.
Car parks are tools that should be managed as well as possible by combining urban, heritage, economic and mobility issues.
The practice of cycling is developing, but the infrastructure provided for parking is not always suitable, and can constitute an obstacle to its use.
Charging stations are a major issue in parking policies, given the growing demand from users and the strengthening of regulatory requirements.
Parking on development operations requires a particularly detailed level of expertise to assess and manage future parking demand.
Specific challenges are attached to certain types of parking generators: social housing, hospitals, shopping centres, tourism and leisure, stadiums, congress centres, etc.
Mobility practices are based on complementary use of modes of transport. At the interface, parking, and in particular park and ride parking, is an essential component.
The use of the car and parking is increasingly shared. Sareco helps its customers to integrate and support these new uses in their parking policy.
221 rue La Fayette
75010 Paris
T.: +33 (0)1 42 46 22 66
2 place Louis Pradel
69001 Lyon
T.: +33 (0)4 78 39 14 83
13 Rue Claude Chappe
35510 Cesson-Sévigné
T.: +33 (0)2 57 67 06 97
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