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Posted on: June 15, 2018

Parking in Portland Just Got Easier - Portland Launches Mobile Parking App

Passport Parking app

Parking in Portland just got easier!


Portland, say hello to the most convenient way to pay for parking – the PassportParking® app!
 
What are the benefits of using PassportParking?

  • Pay on the go:
    • Pay quickly and securely with your phone.
    • Forget refilling the meter in the cold or rain.
  • No need to rush:
    • Get alerts when your parking session is about to end.
    • No need to worry about how much time is left on the meter, add time to your parking session directly from your phone.
  • Easy expenses:
    • Receive email receipts at the end of your parking session.
    • Expenses made easy, manage your parking history through the mobile app.

 

How do I pay for parking with PassportParking?

  1. Download the PassportParking app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
  2. Create an account with your cell phone number.
  3. Park anywhere you see PassportParking app signs & decals.
  4. Enter your license plate and length of stay.
  5. Pay for your parking session from your phone. Extend your time remotely if you’d like to stay extra!

 
Park. Pay. Be On Your Way.TM with the PassportParking app!

PLEASE NOTE:

The app will be available to use in Portland beginning Saturday, June 16. It will only be available on any meters that have the Passport decal on them. Parking staff will be installing the decals between June 16 and June 18. Once all the meters have decals, it will be available for use on all meters.

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