PARK NOW arrived in Grenoble

We are pleased to announce the launch of PARK NOW in Grenoble!

From the 19th of October, it is possible to use one’s smartphone to pay for parking in the whole City of Grenoble.

It is a great honour for PARK NOW to have been chosen by the City of Grenoble who is the 2nd most innovative City in Europe and the 5th most innovative City in the world according to Forbes.

How does it work? After creating an account, the user is geolocated when he opens the app and can then begin his parking in a single gesture and stop it easily by pressing stop. Payment occurs via credit card and the service is also available on PARK NOW’s website or by calling a local number (displayed on signage).

The service will be available without any additional cost to the user. Professionnal tariffs are also available via PARK NOW after having registered by the City.

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