Passport collaborates with over 1,000 cities, including Bozeman and Helena, Montana, to make parking and mobility management easier.
FREMONT, CA: The City of Great Falls has extended its parking and mobility operations to include digital permits through a collaboration with Passport, a transportation software and payments business. The City has also revamped many of its mobile payment parking environments, making parking easier than ever.
Passport Parking, the City's cashless parking payment app since 2014, allows drivers to safely pay for parking sessions using their smartphones. Parkers can handle their long-term parking sessions from a user-friendly portal with Passport's digital permitting solution, removing the need for physical hang tags. With more convenient options for paying for and managing long and short-term parking sessions, Great Falls visitors and residents can enjoy a hassle-free parking experience, and the City can more efficiently maintain its streets and sidewalks.
"Passport's technology and attention to customer service has impressed us over the years and we realized that we needed to translate that same level of innovation to the other areas of our operation," stated Craig Raymond, City of Great Falls planning and community development director. "Operating everything under one system with Passport enables us to streamline our operations and enrich the parking experience for our drivers."
Passport collaborates with over 1,000 cities, including Bozeman and Helena, Montana, to make parking and mobility management easier. By using Passport's technology to handle various facets of its parking, including digital compliance, the City of Great Falls is able to house curb laws, prices, and restrictions in a single central structure that can be conveyed to enforcement officers on the streets.
"The addition of Passport's digital permitting and enforcement solutions is an exciting advancement for the City of Great Falls," stated Sam Warnecke, Passport sales executive. "The City now has access to real-time data that will enable them to more efficiently manage their curb while streamlining backend operations."