Cities regulate the access of tourist buses in order to reduce the impact on traffic and pollution levels. Existing parking infrastructures are often not adequately exploited due to a lack of reservation systems that take into account the actual availability of parking spots. At the same time, manual control activities are not sufficient to guarantee the validity of all the permits in use and to intercept the unauthorized use of permits beyond the established limits. Inefficient management may result in losses of up to 40% of potential revenue. This is why cities need more effective systems for managing tourist buses, check point services, and all related control operations.