Mobile payments for parking: Simplify your parking management with technology that scales.
These cities - and hundreds more municipalities, parking authorities and DDAs - partner with Passport to turn transportation challenges into user-friendly, revenue-boosting opportunities.
Smart Cities and Towns of All Sizes
"We chose to partner with Passport because of their flexible technology and ability to build a product that fits our needs. Years later, they are continuing to evolve with new innovation and make parking easier."Kenneth Smith, City Parking Manager, Omaha, NE
“My initial impression of Passport was how enthusiastic the staff was and and their commitment to teamwork...not only do those thoughts still remain, but they have been validated. I am impressed with all of team members that I have had contact with from Passport.”John Peverada, Parking Manager for Portland
“Passport and the experience and technological insight that they bring to the table has enabled the City of New Haven and our enforcement to become more user efficient and public friendly. The new system allows the officers in the field to do more with less effort, as well as convey more real-time information to the public than ever before.”Former Deputy Director Of Transportation, New Haven, CT
“Out of all the companies we’ve worked with, Passport has been the best-- they’ve been the most responsive, and we’ve been really happy with Passport and the product that they’ve offered us.”Matthew Collver, Police Sergeant, Breckenridge, CO
Because your operations demand unprecedented access to data-driven insights
Your transportation and enforcement teams are agile and mobile. Their data should be too. Passport’s solutions, like an enforcement system that maps optimized officer routes, give your organization instant, cloud-based access to an integrated database and powerful insights.
Revitalize your business districts, and reduce congestion with simplified parking solutions
Improve the parking experience and capture lost revenue with mobile parking payment solutions. The PassportParking® application powers easy credit card payments to get drivers on their way, reducing traffic congestion and increasing compliance. Plus, manage your end-to-end municipal permits process through the same platform, in an automated and simplified way.
A dynamic, real-time system to help you manage the ever-changing rules of the curb
With parking, commercial drop-offs and pick-ups, rideshare services and public transportation all vying for the curb, it has become some of the most valuable real estate in your city. The world is now dynamic and demands real-time cloud-based systems to help you manage it. Passport’s connected parking management and enforcement platform ensures you can keep up with your municipality’s needs and get unprecedented insights into behaviors and data.
Mobile payments for parking: Simplify your parking management with technology that scales.Learn More
An end-to-end permit platform that enables you to manage your operations, not stacks of paperwork.Learn More
Real-time enforcement on the go gives you unprecedented access to insights and data.Learn More
Mobile ticketing: Enable commuters to track and pay for their trip in one app.Learn More
Mobile cashless tolling brings efficiency and simplicity to your operations.Learn More
Equip your operations team with real-time data and management tools to make informed decisions.Learn More
Your operation requires technology solutions that work well together. We understand the importance of successful integrations and our experienced team will work with you to connect Passport solutions with the other technologies that power your operation. Passport handles the integrations so you can spend more time managing your operation.
We take pride in the products we create, but Passport is much more than a software company. Our suite of professional services are unmatched in the parking technology space. When you work with Passport, you’ll receive:
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Dockless bikes, scooters, transportation network companies (TNCs) and the introduction of autonomous vehicles are just a few of the many contributors to curbside congestion.