ParkMan's parking app has been launched in the city of Oslo, Norway. The app that enables finding a parking spot and paying for parking with the smartphone can now be used in all the parking zones in Oslo.
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I’m going to start this post with an argument: there are too many parking spaces in the U.S. Too many parking spaces? Sounds strange, right, considering that half of this blog is dedicated to discussing the difficulty of finding even…
Parking apps and self-driving cars have one thing in common: both will change the parking industry. We've covered the first, now let's talk about the latter.
As research has shown, parking needs to be priced right for cities to work - just take another look at Shoup's famous study. How does tech play into it?
The ParkMan parking app has been launched in the city of Klaipeda, Lithuania! An exciting development for both us and them and the beginning of something great.
Transportation is experiencing a lot of cool technological innovations and parking apps are a part of that change. Check out our view of the future smart city!
These interesting yet worrying facts reveal the problems of the parking industry - and why they need attention asap. Think they don't affect you? Wrong.
We've got some new interesting partnerships in Denmark! Also, remember that you don't have to drive a car to use the ParkMan parking app.
When discussing parking apps and other changes in the industry, there is a lot of segmentation between different stakeholders. What could be done about it?