Finally! After months of speculation and anticipation we are proud to unveil ParkMe on the world’s leading smartphone platform.
The new (and free) ParkMe Android app is an exciting addition to the services we already offer. This is a momentous time for the company, as we are on the precipice of exciting announcements that will change the way we look at navigation. An Android app means we’re able to free more drivers of the headaches in looking for parking.
ParkMe users are able to find the perfect parking spot in more than 28,000 locations around the globe, 1,800 cities, 32 countries and seven continents. The addition of our Android app allows us to help more drivers reach their destinations without the hassle of having to look for parking. By giving users access to real-time information, we are able to cut down on the time drivers take in finding parking destinations.
Our tech team has worked tremendously hard in building out, not just the Android app, but also making improvements in the web map and iOS app. Our success is measured by the support of the drivers using our app. So, of course, we wouldn’t be able to do this without the community of users who have supported us throughout this process. Thank you and keep on parking.
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SANTA MONICA, CALIF., MAY 20, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ – ParkMe, the leading provider of real-time parking information to navigation companies and consumers, and Amano McGann, the leading provider of off-street parking automation in the United States, have joined forces to bring the most comprehensive, real-time parking information to consumers nationwide.
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There’s perhaps no bigger name in parking than Donald Shoup. He is a Professor of Urban Planning at UCLA, and is affectionately known by his fans as “The Parking Guru.” His monumental book, The High Cost of Free Parking, came out in 2005 and is often cited in parking studies around the world.
Professor Shoup was kind enough to sit down with us dispense his thoughts of everything in and around his parking-centric world.
The 2013 Major League Baseball season is upon us, and there is perhaps no place with more excitement and optimism than Dodger Stadium. With all the buzz surrounding the new ownership, stadium renovations and the team’s record payroll, there should be no shortage of story lines. Parking, however, may come in limited supply.
Colonial Parking, in partnership with ParkMe, now offers drivers real-time occupancy information in garages across the DC Metropolitan area
WASHINGTON, D.C. — March 26, 2013 – Today, Colonial Parking, the largest parking operator in the DC Metropolitan Area, has announced that it will exclusively provide real-time occupancy information for more than 100 of their parking facilities in DC through its partnership with ParkMe, the leading provider of real-time on-and-off street parking information. This new feature allows each Colonial customer to personalize the parking experience by receiving recommendations based on the driver’s location, the type of vehicle, and duration of the driver’s stay.