Say Goodbye to Parking Payment Woes as Passport Introduces New App
CINCINNATI, OH: Passport, the makers of web and mobile payments software, for transportation and parking Industries, introduces its Mobile Parking Payment App on all of the City’s 5000 on-street parking meter. This latest service previously launched successfully in cities like Chicago, Boston, Toronto and Tucson now allows parkers of Cincinnati to use their mobile phones to pay for parking without walking up to the meter.
This service presents commuters with much simpler option of paying for parking. They can extend the parking session, view all mobile parking transaction, and receive a reminder 15 minutes before their parking session expires. .
“We’re looking forward to bringing this added convenience to the parking experience in Cincinnati. It’s a partnership that we’re very excited about and we feel strongly that parkers in Cincinnati will be just as excited.” says Bob Youakim, co-CEO of Passport.
The remaining time of the purchased time through the PassportParkingapp, will not be displayed in the parking meters. However, enforcement agents will have wireless handheld device displaying a parker has paid through the service.
The user can download and register PassportParkingapp, available on iPhone App and Android Google Play.