Passport Helps the City of Omaha Deliver Convenient Parking Solutions for Attendees of The NCAA College World Series

Leader in Curb Management Supports Compliance and Enforcement to Alleviate Curbside Congestion when City of Omaha Doubles in Size

NCAA College World Series

Passport, the leader in curb management solutions, is partnering with the City of Omaha for parking, enforcement, and compliance. Omaha is the nation’s 40th-most populous city, with nearly 500,000 residents. It is also home to the NCAA Men’s College World Series every June, including this year’s, which starts today and runs through June 24. Last year, the event brought nearly 400,000 attendees to the city.

Passport ensures our residents and visitors have an easy experience at the curb and can focus on enjoying their time in Omaha,” said Hannah Adeponu, Parking and Mobility Manager for the City of Omaha. “During the College World Series, we are offering special event parking rates. In an effort to promote compliance and not penalties, parkers can choose to pay the max parking cost within 24 hours of parking. Passport helps deliver the insights and capabilities we need to evolve as a city to ensure the livability of our community during peak times and throughout the year.”

Passport’s ParkOmaha, which boasts half a million users, saw an 11% increase in total parking sessions and a 136% increase in transaction volume during last year’s World Series event compared to the two weeks prior. With Passport’s Digital Enforcement Solution, cities like Omaha can more easily and effectively manage parking, make data-informed decisions, and maintain compliance. With real-time insights, Passport helps alleviate curb congestion and promotes parking turnover, which is particularly helpful during major events.

We recognize that cities today need a more modern and flexible compliance platform to make the most of their curb management programs,” said Eleonore Adkins, VP of Client Experience at Passport. “Passport’s real-time enforcement software and integrated parking solutions enable cities with the ability to adapt to changing needs while driving compliance and improved decision-making.”

A recent Passport survey of 20 cities in the U.S. and Canada found that nearly 86% of 2023 parking citations were settled online. Passport’s solution streamlines the citation lifecycle through efficient collection options and connects operations teams with officers on the street for greater insights and optimization. By leveraging Passport’s easy-to-use mobile application with real-time GPS data, including the ability to integrate license plate recognition (LPR) technology for monitoring paid vehicles and time spent at the curb, enforcement officers can operate 4x faster, including issuing a citation in under one minute.

Passport’s suite of solutions includes mobile payments, digital permitting, and its Performance Benchmarking solution, which provides cities with comparative data to evaluate their performance against peers.

Passport empowers more than 800 cities and private operators with the data city planners need to maximize efficiencies. For more information about Passport’s unique approach, visit

About Passport 

passportPassport is a mobility software and payments company that builds solutions to centrally manage complexities at the curb. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is trusted by more than 800 cities, universities and agencies, including Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles and Miami. Passport’s mobility management platform helps cities manage parking and mobility infrastructure, creating more livable, equitable communities. One of the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, Passport was also the 2021 Fintech category winner for the NC Tech Association’s Industry Driven award.


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