The proposed acquisition of PARK NOW Group enables EasyPark Group to take the next strategic step in becoming a cutting-edge global digital mobility player through combining state-of-the art technology and coverage. Both shareholders, BMW Group and Daimler Mobility AG, have evolved PARK NOW Group into a global provider of digital parking services. The intended sale...Read more
Q-Park and Parkmobile to start collaboration in Belgium
29 September '20
Belgium is the first European country where motorists can access Q-Park car parks via the Parkmobile app. As of today, users can access 45 garages with more than 20,000 parking spaces across the country. With this collaboration both companies are responding to the needs of users and city councils to make more use of car parks instead of on-street parking. Q-Park car parks in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, France and Germany will follow later. Through this collaboration, Parkmobile, part of PARK NOW, are taking a new step in facilitating contactless parking via the app.
Simple and contactless
Parking in a Q-Park car parks is easy and contactless. Users gain access via the app thanks to licence plate recognition. The parking action starts and ends completely automated and contact-free. This allows users to save time and avoid increasing parking costs.
Plan your visit in advance
Q-Park car parks are mainly located close to busy places like train stations or universities and are easy to locate via the search function in the Parkmobile app. Esther van der Meer, Country Manager Parkmobile Belgium and the Netherlands: “Our Belgian users can now quickly and easily plan a visit to the city. Our app provides insight into 45 Q-Park car parks in 15 city centers. This allows us to help our customers and cities across the country with more than 20.000 efficient parking options. I’m very proud that Belgium is a European pioneer for this collaboration.”
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14 May '20
Parking and mobility will lead the way. ‘Touch-free’ payments will protect users’ health and provide data for public safety. Download full PDF There’s a reason the word “unprecedented” is now plastered across our cultural landscape. No one has seen anything like this. Reopening and recovery will be particularly dynamic for parking and mobility, which were...Read more