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Dayton, OH Unveils Contactless Parking Payment Method With Passport
The Passport Parking mobile payment app is Dayton's first contactless parking alternative, allowing drivers to pay for and manage sessions via their cell phones safely.
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The City of Dayton, Ohio, is digitizing the parking operations in collaboration with Passport, a renowned transportation software and payments firm trusted by communities to maintain their parking and mobility infrastructure. The City is now introducing a mobile alternative for motorists to pay for parking at roughly 1,300 spaces using Passport's platform.
"With Passport's technology, we no longer need to rely on outdated tools and processes. Instead, we can more efficiently manage multiple aspects of our parking operations under a single, centralized system," says City Manager Shelley Dickstein. "Additionally, with Passport, we now have access to more reporting tools and insights and can offer more convenient payment methods to our parkers."
The Passport Parking mobile payment app is Dayton's first contactless parking alternative, allowing drivers to pay for and manage sessions via their cellphones safely. Users establish an account using their email address or phone number and provide their parking space numbers and preferred duration of stay to begin a parking session. Then, with a few touches, users may extend sessions remotely and see parking history and receipts.
Passport's platform is trusted by over 800 cities, commercial operators, and institutions in North America as the only end-to-end solution to manage mobile pay parking, parking enforcement, online permits, and other mobility. The City of Dayton now has access to strong data through Passport's platform, allowing teams to make better data-driven choices and develop a more sustainable and equitable city.
"Dayton's residents and visitors can now enjoy what the City has to offer without thinking twice about their parking meter running out or having to dig for loose change," says Mark Schleyer, Passport regional sales director. "Passport is excited to partner with Dayton to enhance the user experience and to support its needs and goals through our technology."