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Passport adds new partner to digital mobility platform

Transportation software and payments company Passport announces its partnership with, a car services app that provides users with an easy and affordable way to find, book and pay for quality services, such as parking reservations. The company is plugging into Passport’s digital mobility platform to offer motorists more convenient ways to pay for both on-street and off-street parking.

Passport’s digital mobility platform is the only end-to-end system for managing multiple mobile and digital parking payment options, digital enforcement and permits, mobility services and payment processing. The Charlotte-based company has helped more than 800 municipalities, universities and private operators streamline their parking operations and use mobility data to increase revenue, decrease costs and provide better user experiences.

“We saw an opportunity to strengthen our parking vertical and connect our users with more payment options by leveraging Passport’s technology,” said Way Co-Founder, Bhumi Bhutani. “Passport has proven itself to be a leader in the transportation and payments space and we are excited to work together to streamline parking for users nationwide.”

Other mobility partners that leverage Passport’s digital platform include Barnacle and iAccess Life. Passport also kicked off its partnership with Google Maps in Austin, TX in September 2020.

“Passport’s technology is helping cities solve critical problems in their mobility operations and transforming the way people move around a city,” says Doug Rogers, Passport CRO. “We’re excited about making this new partnership with Way available to our client cities across the country.”

Passport will showcase its digital mobility platform at the International Parking and Mobility Institute’s (IPMI) Conference & Expo, booth #307 between November 29 to December 2 at the JW Marriott in Tampa, Florida.

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