Flexible integrations for any operation
We understand the importance of flexible and seamless integrations. Our experienced team can save you time by efficiently and effectively connecting any Passport solution to the other technologies that power your operation.
Parking Session Integrations
Share parking session data between Passport applications and your existing vendors, to help streamline operations and keep data centralized.
Offer multiple ways to pay for parking to your community. Passport centralizes your rate structures to make rules and rates available to our app partners, creating more access to digital parking payments and providing parkers with more choice.
We understand that your operations sometimes expand beyond Passport, and therefore provide the integrations needed to ensure you can enforce all parking sessions seamlessly.
Payment Processing Integrations
Passport is a certified merchant services provider, offering clients an end-to-end processing solution specifically designed for mobility payments. Our platform’s payment gateway, backed by Cybersource, also supports connectivity to several third-party processors that our clients may work with including FIS, Elavon, Fiserv, Moneris, Global Payments, and more.
“The Passport team from the beginning has been great to work with. They are eager to help solve our issues and you can always have a genuine one-on-one conversation with members of the team. Working with Passport has been really great for the City of Savannah.”Former Assistant Director of Mobility & Parking Services
“Now when you’re at the theater, dining out at one of Buffalo’s many great restaurants, or enjoying activities along the revitalized waterfront or our award-winning parks, you don’t have drop everything to pay the meter,”Davis Hough, Senior Special Assistant to the Parking Commissioner, Buffalo, NY
“We have seen the rate of driving in single-occupancy vehicles increase, plus the economy is booming and gas is very cheap … there are a lot of things in the market causing people to drive more. And as more people move to Portland, some into apartment buildings, quite a few of them own cars, some of which get stored on the streets. We’re working to manage the increased demands of congestion and parking.”Leah Treat, Director, PBOT
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