Complete Coach Works Receives Contract for Remanufactured ZEPS Buses for Josephine Community Transit

July 15, 2019





Complete Coach Works Receives Contract for Remanufactured ZEPS Buses
for Josephine Community Transit




RIVERSIDE, CA – Complete Coach Works (CCW) is pleased to announce its contract to provide two remanufactured Zero Emission Propulsion System (ZEPS) buses for Josephine Community Transit in Grants Pass, Oregon.




Each ZEPS vehicle will include a state-of-the-art, all-electric drive system with 373kWh battery pack, a battery management system, and inverters. The system will feature a new high-efficiency, electrically driven air compressor, an electrically driven power steering pump, and a new electric-optimized, lightweight roof-mounted HVAC system with a heat pump.


The ZEPS buses’ propulsion 373 kWh batteries are specifically designed for large vehicles. The onboard charger, an integral part of the propulsion system, will provide a full charge in less than six hours using a 480v 100-amp service. In addition to the remanufactured ZEPS buses, CCW will provide maintenance and diagnostic training, operator training, and emergency response personnel training to Josephine Community Transit’s staff.


“CCW looks forward to this opportunity to deliver the first all-electric buses to the Josephine Community Transit fleet. We strive to provide agencies with the best sustainable transportation solutions and remanufactured ZEPS vehicles are a great example of our ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ philosophy in action,” says Jim Paul, Northwest Regional Sales Manager.


CCW is a widely recognized leader in the development of new technologies for the transportation industry.More than 50 ZEPS buses are deployed in service across the nation. ZEPS is a proven technology that has been tested for more than 2.5 million miles of revenue service.

Developed exclusively by CCW, ZEPS is an integrated technology that provides customers an affordable route to eco-friendly transportation. CCW takes previously owned diesel engine buses and remanufactures them into like-new vehicles containing ZEPS all-electric drivetrain systems. The remanufacturing process extends the service life of the buses and reduces material waste. In addition, the process decreases the costs and environmental impacts of bus manufacturing. CCW also offers a range of alternative fuel vehicle conversions, such as compressed natural gas, liquid natural gas, and liquid propane gas. Other alternative fuel options available include hybrid propulsion systems, hydrogen, and clean diesel.



Complete Coach Works (CCW)is the largest bus remanufacturing and rehabilitation company in the United States, with over 30 years in the transportation industry. A pioneer in the field of alternative fuel and hybrid vehicle technology, CCW has always worked to provide clean vehicles through innovative design and engineering, and it unveiled the world’s first remanufactured all-electric, battery-powered bus in 2012. For jobs of any size, CCW’s team of over 350 experts always provides cutting-edge products and exceptional customer service.


Josephine Community Transitis the provider of fixed route and paratransit services within Josephine County.


For more information, please contact Brad Carson at (800) 287-7253 or e-mail

Westward Industries Introduces LPR Integration for Task-Specific Vehicles

July 15, 2019




Westward Industries Introduces LPR Integration for Task-Specific Vehicles




Westward Industries recently announced that its series of task-specific parking enforcement vehicles can now be offered with factory direct license plate recognition (LPR) installations. This update is a transformative milestone for these unique vehicles, providing a more cost-effective, efficient, and convenient solution for clients.



The Westward Industries GO-4 vehicle series, and the MAXX parking enforcement vehicles, are designed and engineered to navigate parking facilities, parking lots, and on-street parking areas. These vehicles have helped municipalities, higher education institutions, event venues, airports, police departments, and more with their parking enforcement needs. The vehicles, particularly the GO-4 and MAXX electric vehicles, offer a sustainable alternative to standard sized vehicles. These vehicles have brought an innovative solution to organizations throughout the United States and beyond including Milwaukee, WI, New York, NY, San Francisco, CA, and many more.

The ability to now provide these vehicles with factory direct LPR installations will allow operators to optimize their routes and more efficiently cover many types of parking zones throughout a large footprint. This user-friendly, in-vehicle software showing plate and vehicle images, time stamps, and relevant data to provide evidence in cases of disputes. In addition, wheel images and/or full vehicle images can be recorded for extra proof against citation appeals. This will help organizations to significantly improve their parking enforcement operations.

About Westward Industries

Westward has a strong history of designing and manufacturing task-specific vehicles for use across cities, colleges and universities, healthcare campuses, corporate parking facilities, and more. Their GO-4 series of parking enforcement vehicles adapt to many environments, offering a cost-effective and functional solution to parking management department needs through license plate recognition and digital chalking, while offering flexibility and efficiency not offered with standard vehicles.

As one of the largest manufacturers of task-specific vehicles in North America, Westward is leading the industry with smart enforcement vehicle technology that will propel parking enforcement solutions into the future.

For more information, visit

Complete Coach Works Partners with The Bus Coalition and TransIT at the Congressional Bus Caucus Event

July 15, 2019





Complete Coach Works Partners with The Bus Coalition and TransIT at the Congressional Bus Caucus Event




RIVERSIDE, CA – Today, Complete Coach Works (CCW) announced it will showcase a fully electric bus, built for TransIT Services of Frederick County, on Capitol Hill in honor of the Bus Coalition’s event – “This is Not Your Parents Bus”.



In response to the industry’s increased emphasis on sustainability, CCW has developed a cost-effective and viable alternative to fossil fuel through its ZEPS (Zero Emissions Propulsion System) technology. ZEPS is a remanufactured transit bus containing an all-electric drivetrain system. ZEPS buses are rebuilt to include lightweight flooring, seats, and windows. Each unit also includes energy-efficient heating and cooling systems. The improvements offer a significantly longer operating range while maintaining battery life. ZEPS provides enhanced passenger comfort, proven reliability, and increased safety. Currently, there are more than 50 ZEPS buses deployed in service across the nation with over 3 million revenue miles. These deployments have been proven to perform successfully in all types of weather conditions.


On Wednesday, July 17th, CCW will partner with the Bus Coalition and TransIT to display a ZEPS bus at the Congressional Bus Caucus event. Members of Congress, FTA Officials, Union Representatives and other transit stakeholders are invited to attend and participate. “We are excited to show the Caucus the innovative technology currently being implemented by forward-thinking agencies like TransIT,” said Brad Carson, Director of Sales and Marketing. In 2016, TransIT purchased five (5) of CCW’s ZEPS buses to expand the depth and impact of its environmentally friendly fleet. “We look forward to the exhibition and thank TransIT for its contributions toward making it a success,” Carson said.



Bus Coalition Founded in 2013 with only 17 charter members, The Bus Coalition has grown tremendously in both membership and influence. Working with our champions in Congress, we successfully increased funding for bus programs in the FAST Act by more than $1 billion and more recently increased bus funding by $790 million in the FY18 and FY19 Omnibus Appropriations bills.

TransIT Services of Frederick County is a division of the Frederick County, MD government. TransIT services include public transit, paratransit, and commuter assistance services to Frederick County residents and area commuters. The Transportation Association of Maryland selected TransIT as the 2013 Best Fixed Route System in the state.


Complete Coach Works (CCW) is the largest U.S. bus remanufacturing and rehabilitation company and the leading provider of a vast array of transportation solutions with over 30 years of dedicated service in the transportation industry. CCW is a pioneer in the business and strives to continually provide cleaner air through innovative design and engineering, resulting in the world’s first and only remanufactured all-electric battery powered bus. Regardless of how small or large the job, CCW provides an exceptionally experienced team of over 350 experts, committed to customer service and satisfaction.


For more information, please contact Brad Carson at (800) 287-7253 or e-mail

Sarasota, FL Partners with Flowbird to Expand Smart Parking System

July 12, 2019





Sarasota, FL Partners with Flowbird to Expand Smart Parking System



Successful launch leads to phase 2 of pay-by-plate installations



Moorestown, New Jersey — The City of Sarasota has once again partnered with Flowbird Group, the world’s leader in curbside management and urban mobility solutions, to expand the new paid parking system after a successful launch earlier this year. Forty-three (43) CWT Color Touch multi-space kiosks have begun installation along both Main Street and Palm Avenue, two of the busiest streets in Downtown Sarasota.


The Sarasota City Commission voted to move toward a paid parking strategy in 2016 that recommended adding parking meters downtown. The strategy put forth the goal to improve circulation in prime spots in front of businesses and decrease traffic congestion associated with drivers circulating to find a space. In November of 2018, the City installed 40 of Flowbird’s CWT Color Touch pay-by-plate kiosks along St. Armand’s Circle, a prime shopping and dining district that attracts hundreds of patrons daily. The City is now moving forward with expanding the pay-by-plate system to Sarasota’s downtown business district.


According to Mark Lyons, City of Sarasota Parking Manager, the newest installation of CWT pay-by-plate kiosks will help keep spots open for valuable customers patronizing downtown businesses. By implementing a paid parking system in one of the busiest business districts, customers have the option to pay for the most convenient parking spaces, while also having the option to park for free on side streets or for a lower price in the downtown garages.


“We think what it will do is improve accessibility and turnover in those areas which actually puts more footsteps on the sidewalks and makes it easier for those people who need that close accessibility to find parking spaces,” said Lyons.


The Flowbird CWT Touch kiosks, voted on by the Sarasota community, have a user-friendly design with a clear screen display, descriptive messages and enhanced visibility in sunlight. The kiosks function off of solar-powered panels and feature a large full-color touch screen interface similar to a tablet.Motorists simply type in their license plate number, choose their parking duration, and use a credit card, coins, or the City’s convenient mobile app to pay.


“At this stage of the game, most people get how to use these parking kiosks,” said Lyons. For those that are inquisitive, the city continues an outreach program to educate both business owners and visitors on the new parking system. The program includes distributing informational brochures, videos, social media campaigns, and meetings with downtown merchants.


“We are very pleased to once again partner with the City of Sarasota for this transformative project,” said Benoit Reliquet, President of Flowbird North America, “We anticipate an increase in compliance and customer satisfaction now that a smart parking system has been added to the City’s downtown core.”


Flowbird’s CWT kiosks will go live mid-July starting in the Judicial district on Main Street and Ringling Boulevard, spreading across the heart of the city with a phased-in approach.


Currently, Flowbird supports over 40,000 parking pay stations for 600 customers throughout the U.S. This project allows the company to continue its rapid expansion in Southern Florida.




Flowbird US Media Contact

Sean Renn – Vice President of Sales and Marketing


Conduent Transportation has appointed Nathan Donnell to the sales team for its parking and curbside management business

July 12, 2019



Conduent Transportation has appointed Nathan Donnell to the sales team for its parking and curbside management business.


Donnell will develop new business opportunities in the western U.S., as well as in Canada. He will also help Conduent strategically expand into new market segments and geographies.


Donnell joins Conduent from D&D Advisory Group and previously served in various business development roles at Premium Parking, INRIX Parking Services and ParkMobile. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Grand Canyon University.


“Nathan brings tremendous industry knowledge and domain expertise to our team. He will play a key role in growing our curbside management business in North America,” said Brett Peze, General Manager, Curbside Management, Conduent Transportation. “This is an exciting time for our business, and we’re pleased to have Nathan on board to position us to deliver innovative solutions to new clients.”



July 11, 2019


Facility will serve as a mobility hub, add approximately 4,500 parking stalls to the airport


From left: LAWA Chief Executive Officer Deborah Flint, Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) President Sean Burton, Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin (District 11), Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles City Councilmember Joe Buscaino (District 15), BOAC Vice President Valeria Velasco, BOAC Commissioner Gabriel Eshaghian and Swinerton Builders Senior Vice President Dave Callis participate in today’s groundbreaking of LAX’s Intermodal Transportation Facility-West.

(Los Angeles, CA) Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) leadership and elected officials for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Intermodal Transportation Facility – West (ITF-West), a key component of Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP). Located between Westchester Parkway and 96th Street, the ITF-West, a parking structure and mobility hub, will be the first component of LAX’s modernization projects to be completed, opening in 2021. Two new roadways – Jetway Boulevard and 93rd Street – will provide direct access to the facility.


“Today’s groundbreaking is an important milestone in our work to build the world-class airport travelers expect and deserve,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “Once complete, the ITF-West will stand as a new front door to our airport welcoming travelers, reducing traffic congestion, and offering a seamless connection with the upcoming Automated People Mover.”


“This is another milestone as LAX becomes both a world-class airport and first-class neighbor,” said Councilmember Mike Bonin, who represents the communities adjacent to the airport. “This new facility will create one of three convenient alternatives to driving into the airport’s crowded central terminal area. From here, an elevated tram will pick up and drop off travelers in a matter of minutes, reducing frustration for those coming to and from the airport, and reducing traffic for neighbors I represent.”

“With tourism to Los Angeles at an all-time high, the continuing modernization of LAX will exponentially multiply positive economic impacts throughout the region,” said Councilmember Joe Buscaino, Chair of the Trade, Travel and Tourism Committee. “ITF-West will serve visitors and LAX employees using the latest green and smart technology while preparing Los Angeles to welcome visitors for the 2028 Olympics.”

Deborah Flint, CEO of Los Angeles World Airports (left), speaks during today’s groundbreaking event. Mayor Eric Garcetti (right) signs a beam at the event, which will be incorporated in the future structure.

The four-story structure will provide much-needed parking for the fourth-busiest airport in the world, adding approximately 4,500 stalls – more than half of the parking stalls located in the Central Terminal Area (CTA) structures today. Featuring short and long-term parking options, the facility also will boast a Meet and Greet area, valet parking, electrical vehicle charging stations, and potential space for concessions. A shuttle will transport travelers and employees from the ITF-West to and from the CTA until completion of the Automated People Mover (APM) project in 2023. The ITF-West will feature an APM station, providing direct access to the new train system, and time-guaranteed access to the CTA once the APM is completed.


“In Los Angeles, parking is at a premium, especially at the airport,” said Sean Burton, President, Board of Airport Commissioners. “As a Board, we are focused on offering options and adapting to the ever-changing patterns of transportation. The Intermodal Transportation Facility – West will provide new parking and mobility options for our guests and will be ready to adapt to future airport needs.”


The ITF-West also will house the 26,000 square foot LAWA Security & Badging Office (SBO), which will benefit the more than 55,000 badged employees at LAWA and the environment. Currently, the SBO is located on the far west side of the airport off Pershing Avenue and World Way. With the APM system connecting to the ITF-West and Airport Metro Connector Station in 2023, employees will be able to utilize public transportation and the APM to take care of their badging needs, helping to take vehicles off the roadways and lower emissions.


“One year ago today, our Board of Airport Commissioners approved the contract for Swinerton Builders to design and construct the Intermodal Transportation Facility – West, and as we now start to construct this facility, it’s a symbolic step towards reliable and functional access to LAX ” said Deborah Flint, Chief Executive Officer, LAWA. “By providing new options for our guests and employees with the latest parking technology, and multi-modality we are preparing LAX for the future of mobility.”

The Intermodal Transportation Facility – West will open in 2021.

Sustainable elements include LED lighting with energy saving lighting controls, dedicated parking spaces for low emitting vehicles and car/van pools, low flow plumbing fixtures, electric vehicle charging stations, drought tolerant landscaping and recycled water.


The facility also will feature the latest smart parking technology. Parking Guidance Systems will be incorporated to identify the number of available parking spaces. This technology will be supplemented with a Parking Space Indicator System that directs drivers to available parking spaces through the use of green and red lights.


The experienced team of Swinerton Builders, featuring Watry and Gensler, is designing and building the project. The Swinerton team is fresh off of building the San Diego Airport Terminal 2 Parking Plaza and specializes in the construction of large parking structures.


The ITF-West is a major component of LAX’s $5.5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP). LAMP also features the APM, a 2.25 mile elevated train guideway featuring six stations, which will connect the terminals to new off-site parking facilities, new pick-up/drop-off locations, a Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility and will provide the long-awaited connection to the regional light rail system.


To learn more about LAX’s modernization projects and sign-up for email updates, visit

About Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
LAX, the fourth-busiest airport in the world and second busiest in the United States, was named a top-10 U.S. airport by SKYTRAX. LAX served more than 87.5 million passengers in 2018 and offers an average of 700 daily nonstop flights to 109 cities in the U.S. and 1,281 weekly nonstop flights to 93 markets in 47 countries on 69 commercial airlines. LAX ranks 10th in the world in air cargo tonnage processed, with more than 2.4 million tons of air cargo. LAX handled 707,883 operations (landings and takeoffs) in 2018.LAX generated 620,600 jobs in Southern California, with labor income of $37.3 billion and economic output (business revenues) of more than $126.6 billion, according to an economic study based on 2014 operations. This activity added $6.2 billion to local and state revenues and $8.7 billion in federal tax revenues. The study also reported that LAX’s ongoing capital improvement program creates an additional 121,640 annual jobs with labor income of $7.6 billion and economic output of $20.3 billion; $966 million in state and local taxes; and $1.6 billion in federal tax revenues. 

LAX was honored as having the “Best Overall Customer Service Program” by Airports Council International-North America; named the “Best Airport for Breastfeeding Moms” by Mamava; selected for the Top 10 “Best of the U.S.’s Big Airports” (Wall Street Journal) and “Most Pet-Friendly Airports in the U.S. (Mental Floss); named the second-most improved airport in the U.S. by JD Power; received an “Innovation Award” from the L.A. Better Business Challenge for its Central Utility Plant; and named  a “Business Leader in Air Quality” by the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

LAX is also the second-most popular airport in the world to appear on Instagram, according to LAX is part of a system of two Southern California airports – along with Van Nuys general aviation – that are owned and operated by Los Angeles World Airports, a proprietary department of the City of Los Angeles that receives no funding from the City’s general fund.

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Spin and Passport partner to build optimal e-scooter deployment strategies

July 11, 2019

Spin and Passport partner to build optimal e-scooter deployment strategies

Charlotte, Detroit and Omaha apply parking principles to help scooter operators manage fleet size and distribution


July 11, 2019 — Today, Spin announced that it has joined Passport’s micro-mobility pilot program to test a scooter parking model for Spin’s electric scooter fleets in Charlotte, Detroit, and Omaha.

The way it works: Passport facilitates parking transactions between micro-mobility companies and each city by charging scooter providers for the time scooters are parked and not in use. Instead of cities pre-determining scooter fees or caps, operators like Spin can limit or increase their fleet size based on the dynamic pricing determined by the cities. Using the framework of parking for single-occupancy vehicles, cities can achieve desired outcomes such as decreased congestion while giving scooter companies more control over their fleets.

Spin, the Ford-owned dockless electric scooter company, is the latest to join the pilot following Lime who signed on in March of this year. Spin has been investing in complementary and adjacent transportation partnerships as it plans to enter 100 new cities and campuses by the end of 2019. Passport has established relationships with hundreds of municipalities and can help connect Spin to city leaders to enable private-public collaboration.

“We’re excited to work with Passport and the cities of Charlotte, Omaha and Detroit to test out new ways of pricing scooter parking,” said Beaudry Kock, Head of Policy Initiatives at Spin. “As an operator, we have always supported commonsense fleet caps, and believe that the number of scooters on the streets should be proportional to actual usage. Price incentives will give us the tools to more efficiently deploy our vehicles, as well as help cities achieve their mobility policy goals. We look forward to being among the first major micromobility operators to pioneer dynamic parking pricing at scale, and hope such pricing models grow in use as a way to improve parking in general.”

Since kicking off the pilot program with three cities in March, Passport has worked to gather data, understand scooter parking patterns and test potential pricing models. Data from Charlotte in May showed more than 63,000 scooter parking sessions with an average length of 130 minutes. As Passport creates parking invoices on behalf of the cities, scooter companies can respond by optimizing their fleet size and placement in order to decrease parking prices, therefore aligning more closely with city objectives.

“Through this pilot program, Passport has helped us to automate, measure and enforce a model for scooter parking,” said Tariq Bokhari, Charlotte City Council member. “We are thrilled that Spin is an enthusiastic partner in this endeavor as we work to improve how scooters are managed in our city to achieve positive outcomes.”

“The goal of our pilot program is to bring city leaders and mobility companies together to create a framework and evaluate pricing models for electric scooter parking than can be applied to a variety of vehicles,” said Bob Youakim, CEO of Passport. “With Spin on board, we take another step forward in making this model a new reality for cities, helping them dramatically transform how vehicles, like electric scooters, can be equitably deployed and managed to meet their unique community needs and policies.”

To learn more about Passport’s pilot program and sign-up for updates, visit

About Passport
Passport is transforming mobility management for cities, empowering them to create more livable and equitable communities. Passport’s mobility platform enables clients to digitally coordinate all modes of transportation and implement real-time, data-centric management of their curbside and streetspace through its enterprise software. Trusted by nearly 1,000 cities, universities and agencies, including Chicago, Toronto, London, Los Angeles, and Miami, Passport is one of the fastest growing companies on the Inc. 500 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists. Passport is backed by Bain Capital Ventures, Grotech Ventures, MK Capital, and Relevance Capital. For more information, visit

About Spin
Spin operates electric scooters in cities and campuses nationwide, bringing sustainable last-mile mobility solutions to different communities. Recognized for its consistent cooperation and collaboration with cities, Spin partners closely with transportation planners, community groups, and university administrators to bring dockless mobility options to streets in a responsible and carefully orchestrated manner.

Backed by Ford and based in San Francisco, Spin is a diverse team of engineers, designers, urban planners, policymakers, lawyers, marketers and operators with experience from Lyft, Uber, Y Combinator, local and federal government, academia, and the transportation advocacy world. Spin was known for launching the first stationless mobility program in Seattle, and has since expanded to become the exclusive electric scooter partner in mid-sized cities like Coral Gables, Florida, as well as one of a few permitted scooter operators in large cities like Denver, Detroit, Washington, D.C, and Los Angeles.


July 11, 2019









European airport parking leader, ParkVia, has continued its impressive international growth rate with the activation of its 43rd market – Argentina.  




Bolstering its geographical presence, ParkVia has added three new locations across the world’s largest Spanish-speaking nation, enabling it to initiate further expansion across South America alongside existing markets, Brazil and Peru. 


The announcement will enablethe reservation providerto offer its 3.5 millionregisteredusers the option of pre-booking their parking online at two of Argentina’s key airports situated in the capital of Buenos Aires – further strengthening its airport parking portfolio.  


Drivers arriving at the country’s largest international airport – Ezeiza Airport and neighbouring Aeroparque Jorge Newberry will now be able to streamline their travel itineraries with the convenience of pre-booked parking, which in turn will enable operators to manage demand more efficiently, as well as benefit from additional booking streams. 


To further diversify its offering for its new market of customers,ParkViahas also added Puerto de Buenos Aires to its growing directory of port parking, providing travellers setting sail on a cruise or ferry transfer to Uruguay, the option to reserve parking port-side. 


Gary Pyatt, Sales Director at ParkVia, said: 


“Expansion across the Americas has been a keen focus for the team this year, which is why we’re delighted to welcome Argentina on board as our 43rd market.  


“Responding to the needs of our customers and travel partners has always been key to our geographical development strategy and we expect to further expand our network in the months ahead. Latin American air travel is expected to double in the next two decades according to Airbus GMF and ParkVia is well placed to benefit from this exciting growth.” 


In addition to its popular comparison site, ParkVia’s new operators will also benefit from additional exposure through itscollective globalairlinepartnerships, which include British Airways and Ryanair.  


To find out more about ParkVia, please visit 





As Europe’sfavouriteairport parkingretailer,ParkViais dedicated to connecting the world’s drivers with parking spaces in 43 countries. Its online retail platform allows consumers to book parking as part of their journey, working with both car park operators and travel industry market leaders to ensure that parking is visible at the right time. 


Encouraging its philosophy of ‘Choose parking’, ParkVia believespre-booking is the key elementin the travel process, allowing customers toplan in advance and giving them freedom of choice to select the parkingproduct thatsuitstheir specific journey type.   


Founded in 2008,ParkViahasgrown in popularityand reputation over the last 11years, particularly within thewiderairport parking sector. As an established partnerfor many of the world’s leadinginternationalairports,ParkViais able tomaximise visibilityfor official car parks and ancillary productsbycoveringmore points of entrywith its targeted marketing expertise.   


Todaythe services of over 2,000parking providersarepromotedtoParkVia’s3.5m registered users, as well as a large network of partner websites, that includes airlines, travel partners, online travel agents and in-car navigation technologymakingit an attractive and lucrative proposition for partnerslooking to collaborate for white label and in-path projects.   


ParkVia. Choose parking.   


Winner of Queen’s Award for International Trade 

Awarded toParkCloud2019 

Introducing Space Genius: Accelerating the Use of Advanced Technology in the Parking Industry

July 11, 2019



Introducing Space Genius: Accelerating the Use of Advanced Technology in the Parking Industry

Space Genius is state-of-the-art parking software that improves all aspects of operating a parking facility.



The Space Genius brand is a new generation of “smart” parking software built on the proven PRS smartLUIS Parking Management System. Going forward the firm’s offerings will be bundled under one name, Space Genius. Click here for more details about the new brand.

Space Genius, a Modern Impact Inc. company, is the newest software platform in the industry. It adds an enhanced User Experience, a comprehensive Mobile App and data warehouse capability to the robust functionality of the PRS smartLUIS system.

According to Michael Priem, Modern Impact CEO, “Space Genius is the future in parking software. It employs an intuitive user interface and a ‘one-look’ dashboard that gives operators control of their entire operation. Space Genius is committed to setting the pace in innovation and usability in the parking industry.”

Space Genius is welcome news to the Parking Industry because it provides affordable and easy-to-use solutions for parking operators of all sizes to embrace the latest technology.

Bill Plamondon, CEO of Space Genius, said “This is new technology that is easy to use and will improve profitability and efficiency from day one. Seamless integration with PARCS and dynamic pricing and inventory control usher in the modern era in parking management.”

Space Genius partners with clients of any scale to give them more control and keep their operation running smoothly. It has a solution for all segments of parking business, private or public – from airports, cruiseports and municipalities, to hospitals, universities and urban parking operators.

Space Genius offers a comprehensive product suite and business solutions that can start generating revenue right out of the box. Space Genius delivers a full range of functionality, reporting capabilities and revenue-generating pricing controls, to enable operators to improve yield and customer service, literally overnight.

The cloud-based system has the integration capability to provide span-of-control across multiple platforms. The Space Genius architecture ties it all together seamlessly for total control of all parking processes and equipment.

Who Is Space Genius?

Space Genius is a forward-thinking firm committed to accelerating the use of advanced technology in the parking industry. It is the first “smart” parking software designed to give operators complete control over their operation and to provide a seamless end-user experience. It leverages 12 years of parking software experience to assist parking operators of all sizes to maximize revenue and efficiency.

The firm operates out of Minneapolis and has development and support located in Tampa, Florida. Space Genius has clients in Canada and across the USA. Space Genius is a Modern Impact, Inc. company.

The Town of Bloomsburg, Pa partners with Mobile SmartCity Corp. to provide Pango Mobile Payment for parking.

July 11, 2019




The Town of Bloomsburg, Pa partners with Mobile SmartCity Corp. to provide Pango Mobile Payment for parking.




The Town of Bloomsburg, Pa has announced that they have chosen to enter into a partnership with Mobile SmartCity Corp. to provide PangoMobile Payment for parking.  “We are excited to be chosen to provide Pango to the citizens and visitors of Bloomsburg”, stated John J. Incandela the President and CEO, “We have focused on providing solutions that work for the users and Town that make sense, our customer friendly and easy-to-use app will be fast and safe with a simple execution. The GEO-fencing technology will automatically find your Zone and then you just start your session.” John continued, “Customers can now manage their parking experience via their mobile phone. The app will combine the ease of paying for parking with funding source choices of credit card, PangoWallet supported by PayPal and Venmo. Pango also offers the flexibility to park up to four vehicles at once anywhere Pango is accepted”.

Pango users can manage their own account with the app or they can go to the website, sign in and they can make changes, add or delete vehicles, review their parking history and more. The 24/7 Customer Care Call Center is also available for your calls at 1-877-697-2646, emails or live chat.

Pango provides Smart Cities and Enterprises with a suite of mobile Solutions and Services, including parking payment, enforcement, mobile ticketing, permits, transit payment, local advertising and more.


About Mobile Smart City.


Pango a division of Mobile Smart City Corp. a Fintech company providing mobile payment services for parking, transit, ride-hail and other city services. Its offerings include mobile payments, enforcement, permits, navigation, and smart routing. Mobile Smart City powered by Pango offers real time enforcement and traffic analytics and is available in more than 60 cities worldwide, serving more than one million active accounts. Invented in 1997, US Patent No. 5,940,481. With its Corporate Headquarters based in FT. Lauderdale, Florida, Mobile Smart City Pango has introduced first- of-its-kind technology in the United States; it has been in use since 2006.

For more information or contact Mark Tulloch




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