Parkmobile Partners with City of Wilmington to Introduce Mobile Parking Solution
The Parkmobile app will now allow customers to pay for parking using their mobile devices in the City of Wilmington
Wilmington, DE – October 25, 2017 -- Parkmobile LLC, and the City of Wilmington announced today a partnership that will allow customers to pay for parking at approximately 900 on-street single spaced meters using their mobile devices. Customers can pay for parking with their mobile devices using Parkmobile’s mobile application for iPhone, Android and Windows phones. Additionally, customers can use a Credit or Debit Card, Masterpass, PayPal, Visa Checkout, Chase Pay, Parkmobile Wallet, and coming soon - Apple Pay, to pay for parking.
“Parkmobile offers a convenient payment option that will improve the parking experience in downtown Wilmington,” said Mayor Purzycki. “This is an important step in modernizing our City’s on-street parking systems, which will in turn help attract customers to our shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and other businesses in and around the downtown corridor.”
The Parkmobile service also provides customers the ability to receive alerts when their meter time is about to expire, extend their time remotely without returning to the meter, utilize credit cards in locations that do not offer manual credit card payments, as well as view parking history. Additionally, enforcement officers will be able to see that a motorist has paid with Parkmobile using their wireless handheld devices, so customers should not worry when the meter does not change. Parkmobile’s mobile payment solution is an added payment option and is intended to complement existing parking payment options. All existing forms of payment are still valid for use.
“This upgrade allows Wilmington residents, workers, and visitors to enjoy the same level of convenience they may have experienced at the Delaware beaches and in other cities,” continued Mayor Purzycki. “Customers will no longer need to worry about keeping coins on hand or running into stores to request change for the meters. On-street parking is one of the more common interactions that people have with the City of Wilmington, and we want to improve that experience.”
“Parkmobile is delighted to be partnering with the city of Wilmington to offer an innovative, hassle-free parking solution,” Jon Ziglar, Parkmobile CEO expressed. “Our Parkmobile service uses cutting-edge technology to enhance the parking experience for users. We are thrilled to now offer this service in Wilmington. We eliminate the taxing process of swiping cards or feeding coins to a meter by offering a user-friendly, mobile solution. We are looking forward to working with Wilmington to offer this service.”
Parkmobile is widely available in surrounding regions including Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and other major cities including Pittsburgh, Miami and Washington, D.C., and New York City.
As the most widely used mobile parking solution in the country with more than 7 million users using Parkmobile’s services over 45 million times per year, Parkmobile is excited to make a difference leveraging our large network of users.
Parkmobile, LLC is the leading provider for on-demand and prepaid mobile payments for on- and off-street parking. Their services have been adopted in more than 2,000 locations, including 39 of the top 100 cities in the U.S. by millions of registered users. Parkmobile’s services include on-street parking, off-street parking deck, airport and event reservations and municipal parking and transit permit solutions. Parkmobile serves over 20 airports as well as provides reserved parking solutions for private operators, the Super Bowl, the College Football Championship Series, PGA, Fenway Park, and Nationwide Arena, to name a few. For more information, visit us at www.parkmobile.com, on Twitter @Parkmobile, or facebook.com/Parkmobile.
Parkmobile Contact: Tina Dyer, Vice President of Marketing, 770.818.9036, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilmington Contact: John Rago, Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy and Communications, Office of Mayor Michael S. Purzycki, 302.420.7928, jrago@WilmingtonDE.gov