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EasyPark mobile parking platform launched in Bergheim

Friday 26 February 2016 | 18:08 CET | News
The German city of Bergheim is rolling out the 'smartparking' platform from mobile parking app provider EasyPark to allow drivers to pay for parking using their smartphones. The service will be available from March and will allow users to initiate, extend and terminate parking tickets on their phones.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: EasyPark
Countries: Germany
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