Passport Parking – Park. Pay. Be on your way. ® MODDED 2022

1.38.9

Our app icon may be new, but our dedication to easy parking is here to stay.
3.7/5 Votos: 12,934
Versión
1.38.9
Actualización
09.12.2021
Requerimientos
5.0 and up
Tamaño
21M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

“Pay, extend, and manage your parking session with just a few taps. It’s easy!

Pay on the go
Pay quickly and securely with your smartphone.
– Time’s precious, stop wasting your time feeding a meter.
– Forget refilling the meter in the rain or braving the cold.

No price surprises
See when parking rates will change in the future – even when there’s free parking!
– Receive email receipts at the end of your parking session.
– Expenses made easy, manage your parking history through the mobile app.

Stress-free parking
Get alerts when your parking session is about to end.
– Stop worrying about how much time is left on the meter, we have you covered.

No need to rush
Add time to your parking session directly from your phone.*
– Your plans change, your parking spot shouldn’t. Simply extend your parking session via our app.

Get started today
1. Download the Passport Parking app
2. Park where you see Passport Parking app signs
3. Pay for your parking session from your phone
4. Relax, welcome to parking as it should be.

Coming soon
The Passport Parking app is not done yet! We’re constantly updating the app based on your feedback.

App Permissions
– Location Services (optional): Used to quickly provide nearby parking zones.

*where applicable”

Novedades

Performance improvements and bug fixes. Visa sensory branding.

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4 comentarios en "Passport Parking – Park. Pay. Be on your way. ® MODDED 2022"

  1. Carlton Cobb dice:

    Not intuitive, Upcharges by default The app assumes you need 2 hours by default, and they don’t explain how to reduce it to a shorter time. I think the smallest increment is a half hour, but my fingers aren’t the most nimble on phone screens. They also tack on a “convenience fee,” but using coins is much more convenient than trying to use this labyrinthine app to just park for a brief time. An infuriating experience. It will help people who want to park in the same spot all day long.

  2. Steve Truong dice:

    Was staying at the hotel Royal on Broadway, Long Beach, before our cruise and found this app to be very useful. I would think it would be more helpful if the app can point out what spaces are not reserved. Even better if it can show this information in a diagram. This can help avoiding entering the wrong space/zone.

  3. John Hlavac dice:

    Cost me $25 on the first use. Paid for 2 hours of parking. App showed how much my card was billed and sent a confirmation text. When I went to add time, it said I didn’t have an active session. Already had a ticket by the time I found out. Apparently there is a confirm button you have to push even after it appears that you’ve paid. Don’t be burned by the meaningless confirmation notice.

  4. Kevin Hull dice:

    I was visiting West Hartford. After I parked, found the location code, and downloaded this app, I walked away from the kiosk thinking I was good to go. As I walked, I tried to set up an account on the app to pay… I never got past entering my phone number. I exited the app, went back in, but no luck. It just spins its wheels, doing seemingly nothing. I ended up turning around and walking back the two blocks to pay at the kiosk instead. I now understand the low star rating for this app.

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