Maryland’s largest county is partnering with mobility software and payments company, Passport, to offer more ways to pay for parking. With Passport, parkers can conveniently pay for and extend their parking sessions from their smartphones and the County has access to a scalable solution, built to grow with its needs.
The Passport Parking app is available to use at more than 22,000 on and off-street parking spaces across Montgomery County. After downloading the free app from the App Store or Google Play, a user simply enters the respective zone number, parking space number or license plate number (depending on the parking environment) and the desired length of time for parking. Users can receive notifications when their sessions are about to expire and view receipts and parking history directly from their smartphones.
Numerous cities across North America trust Passport’s mobility management platform to power and operate mobile pay parking, parking enforcement, digital permitting, payments and more. With Passport, cities can centralize their parking data to operate more efficiently, improve parking turnover and expand revenue opportunities, creating more livable communities
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Montgomery County and to offer the Passport Parking app to users county-wide,” says Client Success Executive at Passport, Mark Derrick. “Now, the County can provide its community with the most efficient payment experience for parking on the market.”
Passport 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.