Traffic + Parking

Thrilled to now have ParkMe as part of the INRIX family: INRIX Announces Acquisition of ParkMe

  • ParkMe is the best source for parking insight worldwide. ParkMe has built the largest parking database in the world that includes more than 29 million spaces in 84,184 locations spanning 3,232 cities in 64 countries.
  • INRIX now offers a complete service providing drivers with the ability to find on- and off-street parking. Reserve a space, as well as pay for parking, either through a mobile app or directly from the owner’s vehicle.
  • ParkMe + INRIX now as the most robust ecosystem of partners and customers from across the parking industry. INRIX and ParkMe collaborate with Bing, Audi and VW, operators like, ABM, Icon, Colonial Parking, and Multi-Park, as well as parking payment services like ParkMobile, PaybyPhone and T2 Systems, and the cities of L.A., Miami Beach, Las Vegas and Dallas

It’s clear to us at INRIX that the connected car of the future will need a variety of services: Traffic, Parking, Fuel Price information, Electric Vehicle charge station location, Road Weather and many other critical services that will help the connected driver be more safe, efficient and productive.

I firmly believe we’re now only in the first stages of the revolution that the connected car will bring.

About Bryan Mistele

I'm Bryan Mistele, the founder & CEO of INRIX, the leading provider of traffic information, connected car services and transportation analytics. I’m a Microsoft, HBS and UofM alum. Father of two great kids, one lovely wife and a very time-consuming company. Passionate about boating, politics and Christianity.

Posted on October 3, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Not sure if you are who to talk to but parking is at a maximum at every park and ride in this city. We need to build up, not out. Try finding a place to park at any of the 400+ lots in the NW after 7:30 am. It’s horrible. Metro wants us to ride but they don’t do anything about the parking. I’ve contacted Metro numerous times. If only they would do something. Thanks.

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