If your credit card on file expires or gets compromised you have to call (if you can find the number). Then they email you a fake cc number to enter to reset your account. Make sure you do this prior to getting to your parking spot because it takes up to 6 hours to work. Absolutely archaic system.
This app takes the guess work out of when your meter is up. It's super convenient when it's time to extend your time, allowing you to do so from your phone and therefore having to leave what you're doing to find a meter. It remembers the license plates you use as well as meter codes possibly saving time from looking it up. I love it!
Forces you to add $20. Other city parking apps let you pay per use, which is much more friendly for visitors or people who don't drive often. The setup process was long and seemed unnecessary. Do you really need my name, phone number, and email to take my money? The coin meters don't. No fun when standing in the rain trying to pay quickly.
The app alone is solid. Does what it says it will. Haven't had any problems with crashing. The $20 recharge rate is awful. The big killer for me is the additional fee for using the app. Automated systems don't need fees. That piece of paper I print using the pay box cost money. You're charging me extra for saving money. You're garbage.
I'm not sure what happened in the last update, but some mental powerhouse decided it would be a great idea not to be able to see your remaining time if your connection is spotty. They made some other pointless changes that weren't actual improvements, you still can't remove old license plates or select a default plate. The app itself functions, and is preferable to using the kiosks.
Charges thirty-five cents per use AND requires at least $20 instead of just letting you pay per purchase?? On top of that it requires you redeposit $20 when you're down to $10 rather than just $10 (or better yet just let me pay to zero instead of stealing my money!!!). Then again Chicago has always been disgustingly money-hungry and refuses to be reasonable.
Use ParkChicago to pay for parking in the City’s Commercial Loading Zones.
- Commercial Vehicles Only
- Commercial Loading Zones Have Higher Fees
- Require Payment 24/7
Please see signage for parking rules and zone information. Visit www.parkchicago.com for more info.
Use the Green P App to pay for parking On-Street and select Green P carparks.
Airport parking, with airport shuttle (TPS shuttle), reservations, and Spot Club
The official app for the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is here!
The official mobile ticketing app to ride Metro & the Cincinnati Bell Connector.