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To avoid accidents, access to car parks is different for vehicles and pedestrians. Exits and all areas of the parking lot where pedestrians are likely to circulate must be identified and clearly visible by means of signs, displays and other visuals.

Vehicle access to car parks

If the car park has modern management equipment, access to car parks will be facilitated by electronic guidance systems that will display in real time the number of places available and their locations. Displays then guide the driver and his vehicle along the ramps to the free parking space. Depending on the size of the car park and the type of park (covered, underground, aerial ...), the ramps can be single or double-sided. To optimize vehicle traffic and prevent accidents, the ramps follow precise standards in terms of dimensions and slopes. On all ramps, the recommended maximum slope is 18%, less than 5% when the ramp opens onto a public road. For dimensions, the ramp must be at least 3 m wide one way and 5.50 m two way.

Pedestrian access to car parks

Drivers who have just parked their vehicles become pedestrians again. In all parking lots, there must be pathways, spaces and access reserved for pedestrians. In general, access should not be too far from where you parked your car: 25 to 40 m maximum depending on the number of available access.

How to access Onepark car parks?

After choosing your destination and reserving your parking space on Onepark, you can have all the information about the car park access in the dedicated tab.

In the case of parking with access control, there is a Onepark code keypad at the entrance of the car park. You can enter your 6-digit code and enter the car park. The 6-digit Onepark code will also be required at the exit. To enter a parking without access control, you will have to present the confirmation email (printed or on smartphone) at the car park reception.