Residents and visitors of the City of Manitou Springs, Colorado, will now be able to pay for parking quickly and easily on their phone using T2 MobilePay. The mobile payment platform, from parking technology leader T2 Systems, can be used at 797 on- and off-street parking spaces.
“I’m excited that the T2 MobilePay platform is now available to the Manitou Springs community,” said Bric Fraser, Regional Sales Manager for T2 Systems. “Since there is never an app to download, first-time and repeat visitors share the same convenience. This solution will increase mobile payment adoption and customer satisfaction.”
T2 MobilePay, powered by TEXT2PARK, is a browser-based parking payment solution that does not require parkers to download an app. They simply send a text message or scan a QR code specific to the lot, enter their parking and payment information, and go on their way. Meanwhile, parking operators are given complete control of their customers, data, brand, and revenue.
For more information, visit t2systems.com/t2-mobilepay.
T2 is the largest provider of parking and mobility solutions in North America. With over 27 years in business, T2 now serves more than 2,000 customers and maintains the largest Customer Community with over 5,000 active members. T2 helps universities, municipalities, operators, healthcare campuses, and transportation hubs generate revenue and operate efficiently with a comprehensive, integrated suite of solutions featuring touchless and contactless capabilities. From curbside management to gateless, from mobile payments to transportation demand management, T2 strives to make every trip a smooth journey by streamlining the parking, mobility, and transportation experience with technology solutions that help organizations manage resources, achieve goals, and empower consumers with choices.
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