Finding, Reserving, and Paying for Parking
- 1 Domain
- 2 Summary
- 3 Description
- 4 Actors
- 5 Basic Flow of Events
- 6 Flow Exceptions
- 7 Information Requirements
- 8 Required Classes
- 9 Required Object Properties
- 10 Required Data Properties
- 11 Issues
- 12 References
- 13 License Information
- 14 Specifications
- 15 Other Licensing Notes
- 16 Approval Status
- 17 Supplementary Figures
A traveller needs to find, reserve and pay for parking with fees applied to the traveller's account.
A traveller is using a rental vehicle to reach a meeting at a remote site. Prior to starting the trip, the traveller wishes to find, reserve and pay for parking to maximize the efficiency of the journey. The traveller wishes to pay for parking as a part of the car hire charge. The meeting that the traveller attends goes longer than expected and the vehicle is parked for longer than the original reservation was made for.
Traveller, Parking Facility
Basic Flow of Events
Traveller enters destination into interface device with details about the parking needs
System provides list of parking places near destination Traveller requests details for a parking place System provides details for a parking place Traveller requests a reservation System requests payment details Traveller provides payment information System confirms payment and provides proof of reservation
A traveller may request details for multiple parking places but will typically select only one.
A traveller may escape from the flow of events at any time. The system may reject the payment and not reserve the space.
Destination location, parking place location, estimated arrival time at parking place, estimated departure time from parking place, parking place operating hours, existing relationships between the traveller and any parking service providers, rates for each parking place, space availability, services offered by the parking place, payment methods offered.
Required Object Properties
Required Data Properties
Alliance for Parking Data Standards: Parking Data Specification: Use Case Document: Release 2.1 (April 2020)
Other Licensing Notes
Use case presented here is generalized but consistent with the APDS use case
|Class Diagram for Find Parking Places Within a Radius|