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October 15, 2018










As Cities Battle Over Curbside Usage, Curbway Brings “Air Traffic Control” To The Curb By Building A Comprehensive Curb Management Platform For Cities





New Orleans, LA– October 16, 2018– Today Curbway announced the development of a comprehensive curb management platform that paves a realistic pathway for cities to control and manage their curbside assets. The platform serves as an intermediary between cities and their parking & enforcement vendors, delivery & shipping providers, TNCs, public transportation resources, and other emerging multi-modal mobility assets.


According to the International Parking Institute’s 2018 Emerging Trends in Parking Survey, the need for new curb management strategies was the top ranked emerging trend for parking and mobility professionals. In fact, the Trends report notes, “it’s all about the curb.”


From New York to Los Angeles, local curb usage laws vary widely and complaints about infrastructure strain and quality-of-life are mounting as demand for curb usage soars, triggered in part by ride and bike share providers, online deliveries, public safety issues and rising urban tourism.


Curbway will serve as the platform of record by centralizing and storing all rate, policy, and transactional data associated with the city’s curb use. This data is used by Curbway’s application modules to provide immediate opportunities for solving pain points in urban landscapes. As an example, Curbway’s mobile payment aggregator allows cities to enable their curbs to accept multiple payment providers and achieve higher adoption of mobile parking payments, a key step toward truly digitizing the curb. Curbway will also provide modules for cities to directly manage the growing influx of curb traffic associated with shared service providers and, eventually, autonomous vehicles.


Curbway’s key innovations that address core market challenges include:


  • Mapping and digitizing city curb inventory and policies
  • Making payments universal and cross-platform
  • Improving compliance with the use of existing enforcement strategies


Curbway will be piloting this platform in select cities in early 2019 and will make the solution available to the entire market in the second quarter of 2019.



Curbway has assembled an executive team with deep expertise in technology, mobile payments, parking operations, and urban mobility. John Spivey is Curbway’s CEO, a seasoned entrepreneur with 25+ years of experience in executive leadership in start-up and emerging growth companies with a special emphasis on transformative software-as-a-service platforms. Charley DeBow will serve as EVP of Strategy and Partnerships after spending the last 4 years expanding mobile parking payments to over 100 cities in the U.S. Nathan Donnell will serve as EVP of Business Development, an innovative industry strategist with 20+ years of sales and management experience within the parking and mobility industries. Anthony Broad-Crawford, a global technology executive with 15+ years of experience in thought leadership, with special focus on the Urban Tech and mobility industries will serve as strategic executive advisor leading all technology. Curbway’s advisory board also consists of parking and technology experts with over 50 years of combined industry expertise.


“The curb is one of the most undervalued city assets and still operates in an analog fashion. Confusing signage, antiquated policies, and complex zoning regulations all complicate management efforts for this essential public space. Digital curb management is the single biggest transportation challenge facing municipal transportation professionals, urban planners, administrators and public policy managers. We are laser-focused on delivering a software platform that allows cities to take meaningful steps toward comprehensive, digital management of their curbs which, in turn, will yield safer streets and greener, more livable cities. We are eager to start helping cities command their curb,” said John Spivey, CEO.



About Curbway:

Curbway is a New Orleans based mobility company lead by experts in the industry with a combined 50 years experience in parking operations, public sector and mobility. Senior management includes innovators and product designers from leading parking payment providers and technology ventures. The company is designing the next generation mobility solution for cities.


Web: curbway.com

Social: Twitter (@curbway), Instagram (@curbway), Facebook (fb.com/curbway), LinkedIn (linkedin.com/company/curbway)



Curbway Contacts:


John Spivey, CEO



Media Contacts:


Jeff Hinson, Marketing Director





October 01, 2018








Toronto Drivers Can Now Save Time and Money by Digitally Paying for Airport, Event and Downtown Commuter Parking




October 1, 2018, Chicago — According to an online survey conducted through Google’s survey panel in August 2018, nearly 60 percent of people living in Ontario complain that parking is somewhat or very difficult. Area residents cite the high cost of parking and availability as the two biggest pain points. Now, ParkWhiz – the leading mobile parking platform – is coming to Canada and providing drivers in the Greater Toronto Area with a solution. Starting in October, Toronto drivers can find, book and pay for parking with their phones, saving them time, effort and money.


ParkWhiz, known as the fastest and most convenient way for drivers to find and book parking, is adding Toronto parking inventory to its two apps, ParkWhiz and BestParking. Users of the apps, as well as its distribution partners like Ford and Groupon, can reserve parking while planning a night out on the town or at Scotiabank Arena. ParkWhiz plans to expand quickly to other Canadian cities.


“Expansion into Canada is a very natural step forward for ParkWhiz,” said Yona Shtern, the CEO of ParkWhiz. “We’ve made significant investments in Toronto over the past few months to ensure that we are everywhere drivers need us to be. In fact, we’re proud to say that it’s our largest new market launch to date.” Prior to joining ParkWhiz, Shtern was co-founder and CEO of Beyond the Rack, a Montreal-based e-commerce marketplace.


ParkWhiz will power over 150 parking locations for airport travelers and in the downtown core for commuters and event-goers through partnerships with local real estate companies. ParkWhiz will also provide sports fans the ability to purchase parking when buying tickets or planning their trips to hockey and basketball games, or concerts at Scotiabank Arena via team websites, apps and ticketing platforms.


ParkWhiz is also working in collaboration with local parking operators, such as TargetPark, to roll-out new, innovative services in Toronto. In the coming months, drivers who did not pre-book parking will also have the option to wirelessly enter and exit select Target Park garages, or simply pull a ticket at the gate and pay by scanning in their ParkWhiz app of choice.


“TargetPark has watched ParkWhiz save U.S. drivers time, money and ease the frustrations of finding a parking space since 2007. For these reasons, TargetPark has selected ParkWhiz as its preferred parking reservation provider for their upcoming Toronto launch,” said Hercules Modopoulos, CEO and owner of TargetPark. “We are excited to access ParkWhiz’s extensive customer-base and platform partners, and to provide new, innovative ways for TargetPark customers to purchase parking in Toronto and throughout Canada.”


ParkWhiz has hundreds of distribution partners and offers drivers up to 50 percent off standard drive-up rates. It is available in 230 cities in North America.


About ParkWhiz

ParkWhiz is the leading transactional platform that enables drivers, fleets and connected vehicles to find and book parking. The company offers the largest inventory of parking spaces for drivers to reserve before reaching their destinations, saving both time and money. Working with all major parking operators, it delivers transactional parking as a value-added service to major brands in sports and entertainment, travel, automotive and navigation. ParkWhiz has built partnerships with brands including Ford, Ticketmaster / Live Nation, Groupon, Madison Square Garden and many others. The company also operates two consumer-facing brands of its own—ParkWhiz and BestParking—available for Apple, Android and Amazon Alexa. ParkWhiz has parked millions of vehicles and is operational in 230 cities in North America and expanding rapidly. For more information, visit ParkWhiz.com.


ParkMobile Hits 10 Million Users and Ranks on Inc. 5000

September 18, 2018



ParkMobile Hits 10 Million Users and Ranks on Inc. 5000




ParkMobile recently achieved a significant milestone, surpassing 10 million users.  Launched in 2008, the company’s growth has accelerated in recent years with ParkMobile now adding about 1 million users every 80 days. Today, approximately 1 in 20 drivers in the U.S. has registered with ParkMobile, and the app ranks #3 in the “Navigation” category of the Apple App Store, just behind Google Maps and Waze.



ParkMobile’s user growth has been driven by its expanding footprint across North America and innovative new functionality, including event reservations, the ability to find and pay for electronic vehicle charging, and the on-street parking availability feature that helps drivers quickly navigate to open spots in their area. So far in 2018, ParkMobile has expanded into several major markets including Tampa, FL, Berkeley, CA, and Tulsa, OK, as well as adding over 1,000 new parking garages to its reservations inventory.  Coming up in September this year, ParkMobile will roll out in Alexandria, VA, making it easier to pay for parking with one app across the entire DC metro area including Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, Arlington and Washington, DC.

This rapid growth is a key reason why ParkMobile was just named to the Inc. 5000, recognizing America’s fastest-growing private companies.

“We are very excited about the growth trajectory of our company, and more importantly, that drivers can now use just one app to park nearly everywhere they go across the U.S.,” said Jon Ziglar, CEO of ParkMobile. “It took us 6 years to reach our first million users. Now we are adding a million new users every few months. With approximately 1 in 20 U.S. drivers registered for ParkMobile, it is a clear sign that smart mobility solutions have moved beyond ‘early adopters’ and now have broad appeal to consumers everywhere. We look forward to adding our next 10 million users in the very near future.”


About ParkMobile


ParkMobile, LLC is the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in North America, helping millions of people easily find and pay for parking on their mobile device. The company’s technology is used in over 3,000 locations across the country, including 7 of the top 10 cities as well as college campuses, airports and stadiums.  People can use ParkMobile solutions to quickly pay for on-street and garage parking without having to use a meter or kiosk. Additionally, ParkMobile offers parking reservations at stadium venues for concerts and sporting events. Reservations are also available in metro areas, allowing people to drive into the city without having to worry about finding parking.  ParkMobile has been named to the Deloitte Fast 500, the ACG Georgia Fast 40 and the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Pacesetter list. Additionally, the company recently won Stevie Awards for Most Innovative Tech Company and Best Integrated Mobile Experience. For more information, visit ParkMobile.io or @ParkMobileon Twitter.


Passport upgrades mobility platform with $5M investment: Company invests in mobility platform to help cities manage parking, scooters and rideshare services

September 18, 2018




Company invests in mobility platform to help cities manage parking, scooters and rideshare services




Passport upgrades mobility platform with $5M investment




Charlotte, N.C. (September 18, 2018) — New modes of shared transportation, from ridesharing to dockless scooters, hold promise for improving how citizens move around their cities, but cities across North America need new tools and systems to effectively manage these emergent modes of transportation. Passport, the global leader in mobility solutions, has set out to partner with municipalities to create a bridge between city infrastructure, like curb space, and private sector mobility companies that interact with people using that space. The company is announcing today a $5M investment to expand the Passport Platform, which helps connect multiple modes of transportation and payments, and provides a way for cities to understand, manage, and collaborate with an increasingly complex ecosystem of mobility services.


“We have heard from hundreds of cities across the world – our own clients and prospective clients – and they told us they continue to struggle to manage their curbside assets and create an environment that can handle, and even encourage, new modes of transportation,” said Bob Youakim, Passport CEO. “That’s why we developed the Passport Platform, which helps municipalities connect their mobility data, extract insights about the utilization of public space, and provide an interface to make and communicate operational changes in real time across each connected system. This can dramatically improve a city’s ability to accommodate the rapid pace of on-street innovation and makes it simpler and more predictable to deploy new technologies to improve urban mobility. It also enables them to better serve the people in their communities.”


With over 50 existing integrations into some of the largest mobility technologies, Passport has deep experience bringing it all together. With this new investment, the company is looking to bolster its platform and enable cities to connect additional services, such as rideshare, dockless scooter and bike services, as well as any other new technologies that are introduced in the future such as autonomous vehicles.


“Municipalities need to build solutions that anticipate the future and new technologies that might be introduced tomorrow,” explained Stephen Goldsmith, Director of the Data Smart City Solutions Project at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and former Deputy Mayor of New York and Mayor of Indianapolis. “City officials will be continuously challenged to manage the issues that new services, such as Bird and Uber, bring to their cities. As companies introduce these technologies often without a formalized partnership with the city or path to compliant entry, they create pressure on cities to adapt to the demands of the market. Cities need their own dynamic platform in order to respond to these new services which will help officials assemble information, seamlessly integrate new technology quickly, and manage everything in real time on their own terms.”


For example, one of the biggest challenges that cities currently face is how they can manage the sudden influx of dockless scooters and bikes. While citizens tend to adopt them as an easy way to get around cities, these micro-mobility services cause unforeseen issues as they vie for valuable sidewalk and curbside space. Without the ability to provide a scalable path to compliant entry into their cities, city leaders are stuck in the middle trying to reactively manage it all. Most of these cities, including San Francisco, Portland, and Oklahoma City, have been forced, for the sake of speed and simplicity, to implement permit regulations for these modes, which don’t allow the cities to incentivize the appropriate use of public space or optimize for congestion relief or bad air days in real time. However, these medallion-like programs are proving to not be the most effective way to regulate these services, and leaders are already calling for more of a parking-focused solution instead.


“Like other forms of transportation, one of the best-proven ways to manage micro-mobility services will be the implementation of parking-like rules and policies like cities use for on-street parking. Paid parking systems are well-understood, effective, proportional, and flexible,” explained Youakim. “At Passport, we have deep expertise, having already helped over 450 clients manage business rules, collect payment, and ensure compliance through our platform. The same framework makes it easier for cities and mobility providers to work together to come up with mutually beneficial, usage-based pricing that balances the need for innovation with the need for consistency.”


By enabling a more flexible way to extract data-driven insights from multiple systems, and then allowing the cities to act upon them in real time, the Passport Platform is the first in the industry to give the municipal leaders the power to effectively manage their cities from one platform. Passport is already working with five out of the top 50 fastest growing cities in the US by creating pilot programs to enable them to be more effective with the way they manage mobility. In the past three months, the company has doubled its engineering resources and it has hired product, engineeringand M&Aleaders to ensure the success of this program.


About Passport
Passport transforms the way cities manage their operations. The company’s mobile-first platform has been adopted by more than 450 cities, universities, and private operators around the world in cities including Chicago, Toronto, London, and Miami, across more than 5,000 locations. Passport’s product lines —– parking, transit and tolling payments, parking enforcement, and permit management —– enable organizations in the public and private sectors to streamline their operations, enhance customer service, and make data-driven decisions. Passport has been recognized as one of North America’s fastest growing companies on the Inc. 5000 list and a Best Places to Work in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Bain Capital Ventures, Grotech Ventures, MK Capital and Relevance Capital. Learn more, or get in touch with Passport at passportinc.com.

Mobile Smart City Pango expands into Mount Pleasant, Michigan

August 30, 2018





Mobile Smart City Pango expands into Mount Pleasant, Michigan.




Mobile Smart City Pango, is proud to announce that it is now providing Mobile Payment and Enforcement Solutions to the City of Mount Pleasant, Michigan. “We are very excited to be partnering with Mount Pleasant. Pango will be providing Mount Pleasant with quality solutions that are based on the Citys’ and users’ needs, while maintaining professional service with integrity and ethics.” stated John J. Incandela, President and CEO of Mobile Smart City Pango.



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


About Mobile Smart City Pango.

Mobile Smart City Pango isthe Fintech company providing mobile payment services for parking, transit, ride-hail and other city services. Its offerings include mobile payments, navigation, and smart routing. Mobile Smart CityPangooffers 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 Miami, Florida, Mobile Smart CityPango has introduced first- of-its-kind technology in the United States; it has been in use since 2006.

For more information  www.mypango.com

Contact Marc Tulloch



Parkopedia and Zhitu Map Announce Joint Venture in China

August 30, 2018



Parkopedia and Zhitu Map Announce Joint Venture in China




  • The new Joint Venture will create a unique suite of on-street parking services for Smart Cities and the automotive industry in China;




  • This joint venture adds to Zhitu Map’s suite of geospatial services for Smart Cities and cements Parkopedia’s position as the leading parking services provider for the automotive industry in China;


  • Parkopedia currently provides an automotive grade parking service to a number of leading brands in China, including Audi, BMW, JLR, Mazda, Porsche and Volkswagen. This is in addition to over 18 automotive brands across Europe, the Americas and APAC.


Parkopedia, the world’s leading parking services provider, announced today a joint venture with Zhitu Map – China’s leading geospatial surveying company.


This joint venture will provide hundreds of millions of Chinese drivers with up to date on-street parking data, including space availability information, which will allow drivers to go directly to an open parking space instead of circling the block searching for one.


The joint venture will leverage Parkopedia’s position as the global leader in the automotive digital parking services sector as well as Zhitu Map’s unparalleled knowledge in the field of surveying and mapping. The main aim of the joint venture is to create a unique customer offering in China, which will tackle the challenges of urban mobility head on whilst improving the quality of life in big cities.


Commenting on the announcement, Parkopedia’s CEO Eugene Tsyrklevich said, “We are thrilled to extend our very successful cooperation with Zhitu Map to this new venture. Since the opening of our Shanghai office in 2014, Parkopedia has firmly established itself as the parking services leader in China. The automotive industry in China has long recognised the quality of Parkopedia’s premium grade off-street service and extending our service to include on-street was the next logical step.”


He Xiaojun, Chairman and Founder of Zhitu Map, added, “We are delighted to partner with Parkopedia and look forward to taking smart city parking services in China to the next level. Zhitu Map continues to increase its investment in research and development and will also focus on technological innovation in areas such as smart parks, smart cities, smart transportation and other fields. The application of big data and the continuous development of new products will make cities more livable while also improving people’s lives.”


The joint venture will be based in Yangzhou (Jiangsu province) and will launch operations towards the end of 2018.

Julianne Wilhelm Promoted to Marketing Manager at FLOWBIRD America

August 15, 2018



Julianne Wilhelm Promoted to Marketing Manager at FLOWBIRD America




Parking and transit ticketing leader, Flowbird, is pleased to announce the promotion of Julianne Wilhelm to Marketing Manager for the U.S. territory.



Julianne joined Flowbird (previously Cale America and Parkeon) in October of 2017 as Marketing Coordinator, responsible for creating the proactive marketing strategy for Cale’s organizational goals. She served as the right-hand to the National Sales team, organizing successful tradeshows, conferences and branding of the organization to its customers and prospects.


In her time with Cale, Julianne was a vital resource in expanding the company’s presence and visibility, increasing web traffic and customer interaction on all fronts. In under 6 months with the company, Julianne’s first written and researched Case Study was published in one of the trusted parking industry publications, with additional work continuing to be published.


With the merge of Parkeon and Cale in January 2018, Julianne took on the challenge to market what would be the largest merger the industry had seen in years. In June of this year, Julianne spear-headed Flowbird’s debut at the 2018 International Parking Institute Conference and Expo, winning ‘Best in Show’ alongside her team for the company’s exciting new trade show exhibit.


“Julianne has been a tremendous addition to our Marketing team,” said Sean Renn, Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Flowbird.  “We believe she is the right person to help us communicate about our dynamic new brand and ensure our clients are aware of our entire solutions portfolio.”


Julianne’s new role went into effect August 1, 2018.




Code Blue Promotes Katie Petre To Director Of Distribution

August 06, 2018





Code Blue Promotes Katie Petre To Director Of Distribution 


 HOLLAND, MICHIGAN (August 6, 2018): Code Blue Corporation, the industry pioneering manufacturer of emergency communication solutions, has promoted Katie Petre to Director of Distribution. 



In the newly created role, Petre will be responsible for leading sales, marketing and customer service projects with non-enterprise business partners for the organization. Her objectives will include unifying the processes and policies utilized by each department to increase efficiency and enhance Code Blue’s relationships with customers and sales partners, while also managing interdepartmental projects. 


 “The all-encompassing contributions and value Katie has provided to Code Blue have been evident since her first day,” CEO David Cook said. “By aligning leadership for our Sales, Customer Service and Marketing teams, we not only will be able to improve our operational efficiencies, but increase the value we provide to our customers and sales partners.” 

A graduate of Grand Valley State University, Petre joined Code Blue in 2017 as Director of Experience. She has extensive experience in marketing, sales and customer service. Prior to Code Blue, she was a Senior Corporate Communications Specialist for Spectrum Health and an HR BPO Business Analyst for Fifth Third Bank. Her resume also includes work in retail and telecommunications. 


About Code Blue Corporation 

For more than 25 years, Code Blue Corporation (www.codeblue.com) has been the industry leading manufacturer of durable emergency communication solutions. The pioneer in developing and producing vandal-resistant Blue Light Emergency Phones at thousands of education, corporate, hospital, airport and municipal locations around the world, Code Blue’s expansion includes the innovation of advanced public address and mass notification systems to provide a complete end-to-end solution. 

Mobility as a Service Association (MaaS-A) Addresses Needs of Contemporary Travelers

June 27, 2018

Mobility as a Service Association (MaaS-A) Addresses Needs of Contemporary Travelers



  VIRGINIA (June 26, 2018) – MaaS-A is a new, not-for-profit organization launched to champion integrated mobility services across all modes of transportation that more effectively address the needs of the contemporary traveler.



The Mobility as a Service Association (MaaS-A) will focus on seamless, multimodal mobility – electronic payment, ticketing, and personal navigation services that help a traveler plan and move from point A to point B. MaaS-A will serve the specific needs of the U.S. market; it will work to enhance transportation and provide greater public access to services through integrated technology.

MaaS-A defines MaaS as: “The seamless, infinitely adaptable delivery of mobility.” This happens together with the associated real-time information and payment services, and across all modes of transportation. MaaS is opaque to the traveler but simple to access and use.

MaaS-A’s co-founders are Jack Opiola and Tim McGuckin. Opiola, an expert among American and international ITS sectors, will serve as Executive Director; and McGuckin, a 25-year transportation industry veteran and U.S. CEO of MaaS provider A-to-Be, will serve as the organization’s first president.

“We are witnessing changes in the mobility sector that are truly seismic,” observes Opiola. “Handheld and wearable smart devices are revolutionizing our ability to plan, navigate, and make journey decisions on the move. Traditional notions of mobility are being challenged.”

MaaS is an emerging world-wide trend.  However, there is also no ‘one-size-fits-all’ model that translates across varying geographic locations. The U.S. mobility environment is unique and has specific needs, and MaaS-A will concentrate on creating the best multimodal solutions to be applied domestically. It will pursue the integration of transportation modes and value-added services, which encompass the car and connected and autonomous vehicles.

Numerous developments already place traditional mobility concepts under severe pressure, and urbanization is outpacing cities’ ability to cope with the demand for mobility. The information and communication technologies exist to support MaaS, but the transportation community need to better integrate these technologies in order to simplify travel for people, improve efficiency for government, and create new private-sector opportunities.

“All three stakeholders — government, industry and travelers — must align,” McGuckin states. “We need to build the right political and legislative environments. We need to create the right frameworks for delivery to help both the public and private sectors achieve their mobility goals.”

MaaS-A offers a forum and a voice for industry, government, and academia to share and contribute knowledge and create best practices. The organization will offer networking, communications, and financial and policy development tools to address the country’s transportation needs and provide Americans with a seamless, integrated mobility experience that reflects how they live their lives today.

To learn more about Mobility as a Service and MaaS-A, visit https://www.maas-a.org/.

Passport hires new executive to lead M&A and partnership efforts

June 12, 2018




Passport hires new executive to lead M&A and partnership efforts




Charlotte, N.C. (June 12, 2018) — Igor Karpovich is the latest executive hire at Passport, the world’s leader in mobile payments in the transportation industry. Karpovich has been named the chief corporate development officer.



The company raised $43 million in Series C investment from Bain Capital Ventures in December. At that time, Passport made a commitment to hire at least 50 employees this year, aggressively seeking the best talent to meet the needs of clients, expand its global reach and accelerate product growth and innovation. The company has since added more than 20 team members, including recent hiresMeredith Cage, vice president of product, and Duncan Mapes, vice president of engineering.


Karpovich, the newest executive team member, comes to Passport with a wealth of international business experience. He had most recently served as the senior vice president of Verifone in London. After earning his MBA from Harvard Business School, he led teams for companies such as GE Capital, where he was the vice president of strategy and business development; Citigroup Global Wealth Management as the managing director of global business development and head of venture banking for Sberbank in Moscow. He also founded two companies as an entrepreneur.


“The transportation industry has been undergoing a tremendous shift in recent years and Passport is in a unique position to continue to lead the charge in mobility and payments,” said Bob Youakim, Passport CEO. “With the addition of Igor, we will accelerate our strategic growth initiatives and international expansion efforts to support our continued growth trajectory.”


Currently, Passport has more than 100 employees and has been named one of the fastest growing companies in Charlotte by the Charlotte Business Journal since 2016. The company is now hiring for product managers, product designers, software engineers and many more positions. For more information about these employment opportunities and more, go to passportinc.com/careers.

About Passport

Passport transforms the way cities manage their operations. The fintech company’s mobile-first platform has been adopted by more than 500 cities, universities, and private operators around the world in cities including Chicago, Toronto, London, and Miami, across more than 5,000 locations. Passport’s product lines —– parking, transit and tolling payments, parking enforcement, and permit management —– enable organizations in the public and private sectors to streamline their operations, enhance customer service, and make data-driven decisions. Consistently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies and Best Places to Work in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport has an ingrained practice of putting People First —– a guiding principle in its Culture.


Passport is backed by a group of investors, including Bain Capital Ventures, Grotech Ventures, MK Capital and Relevance Capital. Learn more, or get in touch with Passport at passportinc.com.

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