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Passport shakes up C-suite as Charlotte tech company plans for more growth

March 07, 2024

 

Passport shakes up C-suite as Charlotte tech company plans for more growth

 

Written by Symone Graham, Staff Writer for Charlotte Business Journal. Originally posted to Charlotte Business Journal on Mar. 6, 2024.

Passport has made more changes to its leadership team as the Charlotte company gears up for growth.

Passport, a software company specializing in mobile payments for transportation, has named co-founder Khristian Gutierrez its new CEO. He returns to Passport after departing in 2021 from his role there as chief revenue officer, a position he held for a decade. Gutierrez replaces Brian Mooney, who has served as Passport’s interim CEO and a member of its board of directors since 2019.

Bob Youakim, Passport’s other co-founder and former CEO, will also take on a new role. He has transitioned from board chair to executive chairman. In that position, he will leverage his background to assist in the company’s growth, new market opportunities and innovation efforts.

Gutierrez said their return to operational roles at the company was fueled by their vision to sustain the legacy and future of Passport.

“As co-founders, Bob and I have a deep-rooted connection to Passport, and in this pivotal time of growth within the industry and the company, we are stepping back into operational roles to navigate through this new chapter,” Gutierrez told CBJ.

Prior to returning to Passport, Gutierrez served as CEO of Charlotte public-safety software company CivicEye. The startup, which launched in January 2022, aims to modernize law enforcement and prosecution agencies’ old-fashioned data infrastructure.

Gutierrez is now serving in an advisory role at CivicEye, where he will still be able to support the company’s goals and growth. Joshua South, formerly head of operations at CivicEye, was named president, he said.

“This shift allows me to dedicate the necessary focus to Passport while still contributing to CivicEye’s mission and success,” Gutierrez said.

The transition follows multiple changes made previously to Passport’s executive team. In February 2022, the company named Sathish Gaddipati as its chief technology officer, replacing Brad Powers who was CTO at Passport for a decade. Powers transitioned that year to chief innovation officer, which was a new position for the company.

Then in September 2021, the firm hired Doug Rogers as chief revenue officer, replacing Gutierrez. The company also named Vanna Krantz, a former Disney executive, as its chief financial officer that year, replacing Hunter Louis.

Established in 2010, Passport works in parking enforcement, payments and permitting. Micromobility, with e-scooters and bicycles, is another focus.

The leadership shakeup comes as Passport has recognized mobile parking is now more popular in cities, however, enforcement continues to be a major challenge. Passport’s curb management platform allows for cities to gather evidence, issue warnings and citations, and strengthen revenue recovery.

The company is looking to deepen its innovation in the space to meet the increased demand of its technology. Passport’s data also found that nearly 86% of 2023 citations were settled online, signaling the advantages of mobile parking payment methods.

“In this time of transformation, our resolve is stronger than ever to support cities and private operators as they navigate the intricacies of curb management,” Gutierrez said.

Passport works with more than 800 clients across North America and has supported more than 5,000 locations. It has over 150 employees.

Gutierrez said the company is working toward strengthening its client partnerships and focusing on developing new tools that align with its mission.

“We’re building on the strong momentum we’ve established, aiming to lead the way in creating sustainable, efficient and user-friendly urban ecosystems,” he said.

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Natick, MA upgrades contactless parking payments with Passport Parking

December 01, 2020

 

 

Natick, MA upgrades contactless parking payments with Passport Parking

 

NATICK, Mass., Dec. 1, 2020  — The Town of Natick announces its partnership with Passport, the transportation software company that provides contactless payment options to cities and their parkers. Passport Parking, Passport’s digital parking application launching in the Town, is a cashless alternative to paying at a meter or paystation.

The app, powered by the Passport Operating System, allows users to safely manage and extend sessions remotely without the need to use coins or to touch parking hardware. To begin a session, users can follow these simple steps:

  1. Download the free Passport Parking app from the App Store or Google Play
  2. Create an account with an email address or phone number
  3. Enter license plate number and duration of stay

“Passport’s technology is widely used in the Massachusetts area and the app is extremely user-friendly,” said Police Chief James Hicks. “With this partnership, we can take the steps to futureproof our operations and our residents and visitors can safely and conveniently manage their parking wherever they are in the Town.”

The Town chose Passport over other providers for its innovative reputation in the area and for the app’s ease of use. With the Passport Operating System in place, Natick can experience a single back office to manage parking rules, rates and restrictions for its streets and sidewalks. The Town was additionally able to speed up the procurement process through the MAPC (Massachusetts Area Planning Council) and implement Passport’s technology in an efficient and effective manner.

“Passport is the top mobile payment provider in Massachusetts, serving over 30 municipalities throughout the state including Boston, Chelsea, Cambridge and Wellesley,” said Mollie Bolin, Passport sales executive. “We are proud to serve Natick and to provide the community with a safe and convenient payment method for parking.”

The Passport Parking app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play. Users can also manage their parking online at passportparking.com.

 

About Passport

 

Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by over 1,000 cities, universities and agencies, including Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Miami, Passport is one of the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

Passport Parking Now Available in New Google Pay App

November 19, 2020

 

 

Passport Parking Now Available in New Google Pay App

 

 

 

 

Passport launches a new and convenient way to pay for parking through Google Pay

 

 

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 19, 2020  — Passport, a transportation software company, announced today that Passport Parking and its private label brands are now available in the new Google Pay app, which will make paying for parking quick and easy for users across its client base.

 

Google Pay is designed to make commuting stress-free and help save commuters time. When users download Google Pay on iOS and Android, Passport Parking will be made available through the Google Pay app. This allows users to pay for parking without the need to download the full Passport application.

“We designed Google Pay to help consumers and merchants engage and transact more conveniently and securely,” said Josh Woodward, Director, Google Pay. “The Google Pay platform creates opportunities for merchants to deepen customer engagement in creative ways with easy payments, offers, rewards, and customized, dynamic content.”

For cities seeking a seamless way to reach more parkers and expand the adoption of cashless payments, the new Google Pay application is an excellent solution. “We’ve been looking for ways to improve the adoption of mobile pay parking in Boston while keeping residents safe,” said Greg Rooney, Commissioner of Transportation, Boston. “Passport’s integration within the Google Pay app is an exciting step forward in reaching this goal.”

This is just one of many payment options Passport is bringing to cities. “We believe paying for parking digitally should be as simple and accessible as possible,” says Khrisitan Gutierrez, Chief Revenue Officer for Passport. “Making Passport Parking available within Google Pay is a natural extension of our application, and is part of our mission to create seamless parking experiences for our clients through the Passport Operating System.

To learn more about how Passport supports cities’ mobility infrastructure, visit: passportinc.com.

About PassportPassport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 1,200 cities, universities and agencies, including Chicago, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Miami, Passport is one of the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

Passport partners with iAccess Life, bringing accessible parking to communities nationwide

October 20, 2020

 

 

 

Passport partners with iAccess Life, bringing accessible parking to communities nationwide

 

The Passport Operating System will integrate parking payment software within the iAccess Life app, making parking easier for users

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C. Oct. 20, 2020  – Passport, a transportation software company that is reinventing how cities manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks, is announcing its partnership today with iAccess Life, a lifestyle mobile app designed to meet the needs of the mobility impaired. “Access to parking is one of the biggest obstacles to independent living for 30 million Americans with disabilities that affect mobility,” explains Helen Sullivan , Director of the Accessible Parking Coalition. “Cities that find solutions to address this issue will make a big difference to a significant percentage of their population.”

 

 

Based in Atlanta , iAccess Life is a mobile app that lets users with disabilities rate, review and research the places they go regularly to easily ensure that the space is accessible and can accommodate their needs. The company provides a platform that aims to assist in shining a light on accessibility flaws, including parking.

“I have personally had issues with out of order sidewalks and lack of curb cuts to access parking meters. The integration with Passport will provide convenient parking options through the iAccess Life app,” says Brandon Winfield , CEO/Co-Founder, iAccess Life. “We look forward to providing our users the best experience possible and are excited to see Passport being proactive.”

This strategic partnership, in which iAccess Life will integrate with the Passport Operating System to enable its users to pay for parking directly through their app, will reach more parkers and provide people with disabilities easier access to pay for parking. It also brings municipalities and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) community closer together in solving the challenges that they face on the street.

Passport’s Chief Revenue Officer, Khristian Gutierrez says this partnership is furthering Passport’s mission of creating more livable and equitable communities through technology. “The Passport Operating system enables businesses to think differently about solving problems for their customers by leaning on our integrated technology expertise to reach a new user segment—in this case, parking,” he explains. “We’re excited to partner with iAccess Life to expand parking accessibility for our client cities nationwide in a very real and meaningful way.

To learn more about how Passport supports cities’ mobility infrastructure, visit the company website .

About Passport

Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina , Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency, and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

 

Passport announces partnerships with PlusPass and PapayaPay, broadening options to pay for parking

October 13, 2020

 

 

Passport announces partnerships with PlusPass and PapayaPay, broadening options to pay for parking

 

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 13, 2020  — Passport, a transportation software company that is reinventing how cities manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks, is bringing digital parking payment technology to more people through partnerships that utilize its Operating System. Through these new partnerships with PlusPass and PapayaPay, Passport is continuing its commitment to providing convenient options to pay for parking that are seamless, equitable and easy for cities to manage.

Passport’s open ecosystem approach to parking enables cities to offer a wide range of parking payment options through everyday mobile apps—rather than one designated application. Passport brought this concept to life recently through the company’s partnership with Google, enabling parkers in Austin, TX, to pay for parking directly through the Google Maps app on their devices. Passport is excited to expand this integration and innovative feature with new partnerships, reaching more parkers across the country.

PlusPass, a Fintech company that allows consumers the ability to pay for toll roads without the need to pre-pay, is partnering with Passport to utilize its Operating System and mobile application to create more seamless tolling transactions for drivers. “Adding the ability to pay for parking within PlusPass® in addition to tolling, saves time and money without paper bills, violations, late fees, fines, or postage,” explains Shannon Swank, Chief Marketing Officer of PlusPass. “We’re excited to bring this new feature to life with Passport and to further our strategy to provide new solutions that will simplify mobility payment needs.”

Also partnering with Passport to leverage the company’s innovative Operating System to fuel its services is Papaya, a company that consolidates all your bills in one place and makes bill paying painless through an easy-to-use app. “Partnering with Passport gives us the ability to exponentially simplify payments for parking by leveraging innovative mobile technologies,” says Patrick Kann, CEO of Papaya. “From computer vision to integrated payment fulfillment, we have developed a number of technologies that make payments in tough verticals such as healthcare, parking, citations, taxes, financial services, and healthcare as simple as taking a photo and clicking a button. We are honored to partner with Passport in advancing our mission around frictionless payments.”

Devin Patel, Vice President of Business Development, is proud to announce these partnerships and provide more app developers with the ability to leverage Passport’s parking payment technology and access to over 1,000 cities in North America.  “Our open ecosystem approach and integration with third-party apps is firmly rooted in the belief of customer choice,” Devin says. “By offering more options to pay for parking through the Passport Operating System, we can help cities with compliance and revenue, and provide frictionless and convenient ways for people to move about cities.”

To learn more about how Passport supports cities’ mobility infrastructure, visit the company website.

About Passport


Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency, and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

Passport’s Q3 Performance Signals Steady Growth Across the Country

October 06, 2020

 

Passport’s Q3 Performance Signals Steady Growth Across the Country

 

 

The company’s innovative Operating System continues to support cities in making parking transactions easy and accessible.

 

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Oct. 6, 2020  — Passport, a transportation software company that is reinventing how cities manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks, is bringing digital parking payment technology to the masses. The company saw ample growth throughout Q3 as multiple new partnerships in major cities across the United States were announced.

Part of Passport’s growth in Q3 included a historic partnership with Google Maps which ushered in a new digital parking payment feature in Austin, Texas, so that people can pay for parking directly in their mobile navigation application.

Khristian Gutierrez, Passport’s Chief Revenue Officer, says the integration of Passport’s payment technology into a navigation application such as Google Maps transformed the city’s parking payment landscape for the better. “Paying for parking in Austin is now more convenient than ever before for people traveling around the city,” says Khristian. “Giving people the option to pay for parking on their own device, rather than paying on public-surfaces like meters or ticketing machines, simultaneously supports the city’s mission in limiting the spread of COVID-19.”

Austin is the first city to extend this parking payment feature natively in Google applications that parkers use every day. The hope is that this seamless experience, made possible by the Passport Operating System, will soon be live in hundreds of other cities across the country.

Westminster, Colorado; New Bedford, Massachusetts; and Utah Valley University, are all part of the additions that now count as clients using the Passport Operating System to bring tech-enabled innovation to streets and sidewalks.

Passport’s partnership with the city of Westminster in Colorado is to manage all backend operations and offer contactless payment choice to parkers. Currently, Passport fuels the technology behind the Denver parking management company, Parkwell, which implemented Passport’s full suite of parking solutions two years ago and has already experienced a 9 times increase in digital payment revenue.

New Bedford, Massachusetts, also partnered with Passport in Q3 to offer its residents a cashless alternative to paying for parking at a meter or pay station. As a proof-point, another city with a similar population and mobility landscape experienced more than 8 times higher revenue than before within six months of the city’s upgrade to use Passport’s digital solution.

Another client added to Passport’s client list in Q3 was Utah Valley University, who partnered with the company to upgrade the school’s prior parking app. Leveraging the Passport Operating System will bring its population of approximately 37,000 a new choice for on-campus cashless parking payments. A university of a similar size who partners with Passport processed nearly 50,000 in-app transactions and their mobile payments revenue also increased by 67% from 2018 to 2019 after partnering with Passport.

Successful partnerships around the US accentuate the benefit of digitizing operations and integrating Passport’s Operating System to offer seamless mobile payment transactions. “We are reducing complexities caused by siloed systems and are setting the future standard for parking management,” says Khristian. “Cities are looking for ways to simplify their operations and offer safe choices to their parkers.”

The Passport Operating System is trusted by an increasing number of municipalities nationwide as the leading industry solution to help support them regain lost revenue from the pandemic while enabling residents to safely navigate streets and sidewalks.

To learn more about how Passport supports cities’ mobility infrastructure, visit the company website.

About Passport
Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency, and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

Utah Valley University adopts Passport mobile pay solution for parking

September 17, 2020

 

 

 

Utah Valley University adopts Passport mobile pay solution for parking

 

 

New choice for on-campus cashless parking now available

 

Orem, UT (Sept. 17, 2020) —  Students and faculty at Utah Valley University can now pay to park using the Passport Parking mobile app. The digital application, which is replacing the existing parking app at the university, is an alternative to paying at a meter or paystation and makes it safe and easy to pay to park directly from a smartphone.

In order to initiate their first parking session, drivers download the free app and create an account with their email address and preferred method of payment. Depending on the lot, users will either enter their license plate number or space number and be able to manage and pay for their parking all from one place.

Passport Parking is powered by the Passport Operating System that enables over 1,200 cities and universities to manage vehicle interactions on streets and sidewalks through one comprehensive back end. In addition to supporting Utah Valley University, Passport partners with Salt Lake City to provide a convenient payment option for parking through the city’s private label, ParkSLC.

“Utah Valley University was in search of a mobile pay solution with a more robust and comprehensive back office system,” said Mollie Bolin, Passport sales executive. “Passport is excited to bring this new parking solution to the campus to improve the experience for the parking operators and for the students..”

Drivers can download the Passport Parking app from the App Store and Google Play. Users can also manage their parking online at passportparking.com.

 

About Passport
Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 1,200 cities, universities and agencies, including Chicago, Toronto, London, Los Angeles, and Miami, Passport is one of the fastest-growing companies on the Inc. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

 

Passport: Newport expands parking management with contactless parking payments

September 10, 2020

 

Newport expands parking management with contactless parking payments

 

The Passport Parking app allows for users to pay for parking from their smartphones

 

 

Newport, R.I.  — Residents and visitors in the historic City of Newport now have a new way to pay for parking. Passport Parking, the mobile payment application for parking powered by Passport, allows users to conveniently pay for and monitor their parking sessions directly from their smartphones.

 

Beginning a session is simple. Once the free application is downloaded, users create an account, select the zone number that is posted on nearby signage and enter the vehicle license plate number. Users can view their parking history and extend their sessions with the tap of a button.

 

“Offering Passport Parking empowers our residents and visitors with more payment options,” said City Manager Joseph J. Nicholson, Jr. “Our hope is that by making parking easier, people will be able to spend less time worrying about their vehicle and more time enjoying the city’s restaurants, shops, and open space.”

 

Passport Parking is widely used in other cities across the Northeast region, including Providence, Cambridge, Mass. and Boston, Mass.

 

“Introducing Passport Parking to its residents and many Summer visitors is an exciting leap for the City of Newport,” said Passport sales executive, Mollie Bolin. “We look forward to growing our partnership with the city and continuing to support them with Passport’s secure technology.”

 

To pay to park, drivers can download the free Passport Parking app from the App Store and Google Play. Users can also manage their parking online at passportparking.com.

About Passport
Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

New Bedford upgrades cashless parking payments provider with Passport

August 26, 2020

 

 

New Bedford upgrades cashless parking payments provider with Passport

 

 

Parkers now have more payment options for parking

 

 

 

NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Aug. 26, 2020  — The City of New Bedford announces its partnership with Passport, the operating system that provides contactless payment options to cities and their parkers. Passport’s digital application launching in the City, Passport Parking, is a cashless alternative to paying at a meter or paystation, and will be replacing the City’s existing provider.

Passport Parking, which is available at over 1,400 on and off-street parking spaces in the City, allows users to safely manage and extend sessions remotely without the need to touch parking hardware. To begin a session, users can follow these simple steps:

  1. Download the free Passport Parking app from the App Store or Google Play
  2. Create an account with an email address or phone number
  3. Enter space number and duration of stay

“We chose Passport over the other mobile payment providers because of the company’s innovative reputation and the app’s ease of use,” said Laurie Alfonso, New Bedford administrative manager. “With this upgrade, our residents and visitors can safely and conveniently manage their parking wherever they are in New Bedford.”

Passport is the top mobile payment provider in Massachusetts, serving over 30 municipalities throughout the state including Boston, Chelsea and Cambridge. The City of New Bedford was able to procure Passport quickly through the MAPC (Massachusetts Area Planning Council) and implement Passport’s technology in record time.

“Passport has a strong presence in the Massachusetts area,” said Mollie Bolin, Passport sales executive. “We look forward to growing this partnership and to help the City manage its parking and enforcement operations from one secure place.”

The Passport Parking app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play. Users can also manage their parking online at passportparking.com.

About Passport


Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

Passport offers more ways to pay to park in Fort Myers Beach

August 06, 2020

 

 

Passport offers more ways to pay to park in Fort Myers Beach

 

 

 

Beachgoers and residents have a cashless option for paying for and managing parking

 

FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla., Aug. 6, 2020  — Vacationers and residents can now enjoy the long sandy coast of Fort Myers Beach without worrying about feeding – or touching – the parking meter. Passport, the operating system that provides cashless payment options to cities and their parkers, enables users to pay to park in over 370 parking spaces across the beach.

Paying through the Passport Parking app is simple: drivers download the free app, create an account, choose a zone, and enter their parking space number to begin a session. By offering a cashless, contactless payment option for parking, users can easily and safely manage their parking sessions without having to touch meters and risk the spread of germs.

“Especially amid the pandemic, the safety and health of our residents and visitors is a top concern for Fort Myers Beach,” said Town Manager, Roger Hernstadt. “This ongoing partnership with Passport means we can continue to provide a safe and convenient method of payment for those enjoying their time at the beach.”

Over 1,200 cities and universities are supported by the Passport Operating System to manage vehicle interactions on their streets and sidewalks. Passport supports other Florida cities, such as St. Augustine, Delray Beach and Cocoa Beach.

“With Passport, Fort Myers Beach can digitally coordinate its streetspace and offer a convenient payment option to all its parkers,” said Alicia Smart, Passport sales executive. “We are excited to continue our partnership and deliver a safe and convenient way for people to park and enjoy the town.”

The Passport Parking app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play. Users can also manage their parking online at passportparking.com.

About Passport
Passport sets cities in motion, helping to create more livable, equitable communities. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Passport is a transportation software company, delivering the operating system that enables cities to manage vehicle interactions with streets and sidewalks. With Passport, city leaders increase convenience, efficiency and compliance today and tomorrow. Trusted by more than 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. 5000 and Deloitte Technology Fast 500 lists, and was named to Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2020.

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