Portland getting smartphone parking payment option

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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

City Center Parking is introducing mobile smartphone payments at the nearly 200 Portland metro-area parking lots it manages.

No more hassles with pay stations. No need to return to cars to place a paper receipt on the dashboard. Oh, (and this is cool) you'll be able to add time remotely to avoid a ticket.

Using an app developed by San Francisco-based QuickPay, customers will be able to find and pay for parking via iPhone and Android smartphones. Blackberry and Windows Phone users, meanwhile, will be able to use a browser-based app.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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0 #1 CEOGuest 2013-08-08 19:20:34
my company makes a product that does this with Bitcoin & other crypto currency. It is sure to replace anyone using USD to pay for parking...
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