AmFam Field to return to traditional parking process while new technology problems are fixed

On Tuesday, the Brewers hosted their home opener and unveiled their new parking technology that utilized license plate recognition. However, some fans faced difficulties when trying to activate their parking passes. The team stated that the server holding the passes was not functioning properly, so fans had to be scanned in as they had been during previous games. Brewers President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger addressed the issues during the game, promising fans that nobody would be cited for parking and that they would find a solution. If necessary, they would revert back to the system used in the previous year.

Schlesinger apologized to fans for any inconvenience caused by the technology glitch. Interstate Parking, the vendor responsible for the parking technology, issued a statement stating that connectivity problems were due to a technology configuration issue on their end and were not connected to the Brewers or MLB Ballpark App. They were working quickly to resolve the issue but would go back to traditional parking methods for the next game. This involved cashiers scanning prepaid passes and accepting payment for day-of-game parking upon arrival. The vendor apologized for any inconvenience caused and emphasized that no parking citations were handed out during the game.

By Riley Johnson

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