ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility in the United States, has partnered with the town of Harrison, New Jersey, to enable residents and visitors to easily pay for parking from their mobile devices. The ParkMobile app is now available at approximately 400 spaces throughout town.
“We’re excited to bring ParkMobile to the town of Harrison,” says Jon Ziglar, CEO of ParkMobile. “Our goal is to provide every driver across the Northeast with a smarter parking experience that allows them to easily process their transactions using the ParkMobile app.”
Stickers and signage will be posted around Harrison to educate drivers on how to pay for parking using the app. ParkMobile is a free app available for iPhone and Android devices, and users can additionally register at parkmobile.io.
After setting up their accounts, users can immediately begin using the system with their registered devices.
Users simply enter the zone and space number posted on nearby signage, select the duration of time they wish to park, and hit the “Start Parking” button to begin their sessions. ParkMobile allows customers to pay for, view, update and add time to their parking sessions from their mobile devices while on-the-go. The app also notifies users when their parking sessions are about to expire, encouraging them to add more time with the click of a button if they need to.
ParkMobile has a growing audience in New Jersey with parking availability in Newark, Jersey City, and the beach communities of Asbury Park and North Wildwood. The app is also widely available throughout other Northeastern cities, such as New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia.
“Harrison, New Jersey is excited to partner with ParkMobile to provide our community with a convenient payment option for parking,” says Mayor James A. Fife.
ParkMobile is now the most widely used mobile parking solution in the country. With more than 17 million people using the app over 60 million times per year across over 400 cities, ParkMobile is excited to make a difference leveraging its large network of users in the town of Harrison, New Jersey in Hudson County.