SAN DIEGO, July 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
- Markets covered include North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
- Parkopedia offers detailed information on more than 40 million parking spaces in 75 countries.
Parkopedia®, the world's leading parking services provider with more than 40 million parking spots listed, today announced that it is to provide its parking services to Apple Maps.
Apple Map users will be able to view key information about parking garages and lots around the world. In addition, users will have the option to click through to Parkopedia's website and iOS app to view more detailed information including pricing, user reviews, special offers and real-time space availability. They will also be able to make reservations.
"We're excited to deliver detailed information on more than 40 million parking spaces in 75 countries to Apple Maps customers. This is a very important milestone for Parkopedia. Our combined footprint in the consumer and automotive space is huge and this opens the doors to delivering a world of innovative solutions," stated Parkopedia's Head of Marketing, Christina Onesirosan Martinez.
Commenting on the announcement, Parkopedia's CEO Eugene Tsyrklevich said "The ability to provide parking services to Apple Maps users around the world helps us reach millions of drivers who want to use technology to arrive at their destinations efficiently and on time."
Notes to editors:
Parkopedia is the world's leading parking service provider used by millions of drivers and organizations such as BMW, Ford, Garmin, Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot, Toyota, Volvo, VW and many others.
Parkopedia provides detailed static information on 40 million parking spaces in over 150,000 facilities across 6000 cities in 75 countries; including real-time parking space availability information in over 500 cities in 30 countries.
The service allows drivers to find the closest parking to their destination, tells them how much it will cost and whether the space is available. Parkopedia also allows drivers to pay for parking online, through a mobile app and in-car.
Christina Onesirosan Martinez MBA MCIM