Barnacle Plugs Into Passport’s Digital Platform
Passport, a transportation software and payments company, is reimagining parking enforcement in partnership with Barnacle. Thanks to Barnacle’s integration into Passport’s immobilization APIs, cities now have access to the safer, more user-friendly alternative to the traditional enforcement boot via Passport’s digital platform.
The City of Greeley, CO Parking Services Division leverages Barnacle’s integration with Passport to more effectively manage motorist violations and repeat offenders on its streets. With these technologies in place, the staff expects to save more than 10 hours a month on manual tasks, such as data entry. “We have been very pleased with the efficiencies gained through the integration of Passport and Barnacle,” says Will Jones, Public Works Deputy Director for the City of Greeley. “In addition to the time savings, the integration has enhanced our ability to utilize Passport for all parking data management.”
Passport’s powerful immobilization API allows cities to integrate with any smart lock immobilization service, such as Barnacle, to improve enforcement at the curb. Instead of booting a violator, a parking enforcement officer suctions a removable, non-damaging yellow device to the vehicle’s windshield. To remove the device, violators follow the simple instructions that are written on the device and pay the fee owed directly from their smartphone. Passport can process the payment and the Barnacle releases from the vehicle in minutes.
“By enabling other technologies to integrate with Passport’s platform, cities can promote new ways to keep people safe, increase compliance, and reduce overall congestion,” says Teddy Fitzgibbons, Vice President of Product at Passport. “An end-to-end digital platform to manage enforcement along with other mobility solutions, provides cities with a holistic view of their operations because all of the data resides in one place.”
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