In Los Angeles, traffic and parking are part of the daily grind and everyone’s got a fun story to tell.
We’ve noticed that parking often merges with LA culture, whether it’s a viral video of Larry David getting stuck, or a clever tune about the happenings in the Whole Foods parking lot. When we can, we like to seek fun and notable locals to get their own perspectives on the rituals of parking around town. Nobody’s more fun than West Hollywood’s own Bruce Vilanch.
Hi everyone, Chris here with another product update. The latest version of our iOS apps have just hit the App Store and I wanted to give you all a quick rundown of the new features. If I had to give this update a name, I’d call it the “Community Feedback” update. Version 3.3.1 of our iOS app includes 5 upgrades that you (our awesome users) have been clamoring for. Here are the highlights from this release…
Today, for the first time in the United States, real-time parking information is now available in cars! Audi and INRIX are launching a new feature to their navigation systems by incorporating live parking data powered by ParkMe. This new service will now help drivers find and navigate their way to the entrance of the cheapest and closest parking spot to their destination.
DETROIT, MICH. – 2013 TELEMATICS DETROIT – JUNE 4, 2013 – ParkMe, the leading provider of real-time parking information to navigation companies and users of the ParkMe app and website, showcases its parking innovation during the 2013 Telematics Detroit conference and exhibition. The Company is experiencing significant momentum with the rapid expansion of its live parking database, parking operator network and in-car navigation partnerships.
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.
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.
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.