Minneapolis getting new mobile parking app
The city of Minneapolis is switching mobile parking payment app providers.
Why it matters: The city's current provider, ParkMobile, became widely used, with 3.7 million transactions last year, according to a staff report. That's about 65% of parking payments in the city.
Driving the news: On Monday a city committee approved a 5-year, $5 million contract with Flowbird to provide a parking payment app.
- Flowbird also supplies fare vending machines for Metro Transit's rapid bus stations.
Be smart: The current contract with ParkMobile is up at the end of March, so be ready to make the switch.
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