Westward Industries, one of North America’s largest manufacturers of parking-specific vehicles (PSV’s), recently expanded its service of the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) with the addition of 19 new GO-4 enforcement vehicles. The SFMTA has utilized the GO-4 vehicles for parking enforcement duties for over 25 years, and have been a valuable resource for enforcing extensive on-street parking zones in very dense, high traffic areas.
The SFMTA monitors nearly 40,000 parking spaces across the San Francisco region. SFMTA has utilized Westward Industries in recent decades to provide them with a parking-specific vehicle capable of withstanding significant vehicle miles, along short distance wear and tear that typically limit fleet vehicle lifespans. Recently, the SFMTA added another 19 GO-4 vehicles to their fleet, with another nine to be added in the coming months. This brings the entire fleet to well over 300 GO-4 gas and electric vehicles, with many incorporating LPR and digital chalking technologies. Many of the original GO-4 vehicles are still operating, with a lifespan of 20 years and counting.
The SFTMA utilizes the vehicles for a number of parking enforcement tasks, providing a safe, convenient, and efficient experience for parking staff, while providing a durable and cost-effective alternative to standard vehicles for the organization as a whole. Benefits of the Westward Vehicle series include:
• Factory-direct LPR integration
• Custom dashboard features to create a personal workstation
• Narrow width to reduce traffic conflicts and interruptions
• Ultra-tough full roll bar chassis for enhanced safety
• Available in EV models to reduce carbon footprint
• Dual sliding doors for safe and efficient entry/exit
Westward Industries offers a wide range of task-specific vehicles including the GO-4 and MAX EV lines, as well as the XTF Flat Deck and the XTR Refuse Hauler.
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