Faculty Advisor

Hall-Phillips, Adrienne

Faculty Advisor

Rosenstock, Joshua

Project Center

London, England


Air pollution in London is linked to thousands of deaths every year. This project aimed to aid the Lambeth Council in promoting emissions-based cashless parking payments and integrating smart city technology to maintain revenue, influence future policy, and reduce air pollution. To accomplish this, we analysed existing data, spoke with Council employees, and surveyed and interviewed residents. Combining the ideas of electronic parking payment and smart city technology, we created a web application to demonstrate how applying smart city technology to parking could reduce air pollution. We found that most residents would be willing to adopt an electronic parking payment method for lower prices, although a cash-based alternative in local businesses would be widely accepted.


Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Date Accepted

April 2017

Project Type

Interactive Qualifying Project



Advisor Department


Advisor Department

Humanities and Arts