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ParkMobile provides contactless parking

ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S., is bringing its popular contactless parking solution to the Texas Woman’s University campuses in Denton and Dallas.

With a surge in COVID-19 cases across the country, students, visitors, and faculty/staff now have a safe and flexible way to pay for parking from any mobile device at 322 off-street spaces across both TWU campuses: 206 in Denton and 116 in Dallas.

ParkMobile has more than 27 million users and is available for both iPhone and Android, and can be accessed on the web at https://parkmobile.io/.

To pay for parking on campus*:

  • Enter the zone number for your location, which is posted on signs and stickers around parking areas
  • Select the amount of time you need
  • Touch the “Start Parking” button to pay and begin your session

Users also can add more time to their parking session directly from their mobile device, further enhancing convenience.

If your department needs to pay for parking for guests coming to campus, contact the TWU Parking Office in advance at 940-898-2925.

ParkMobile’s partnership with Texas Woman’s University expands the company’s footprint in the state of Texas where there are currently more than 1.6 million users of the app. ParkMobile is already widely available in North Texas, with 80,000 users in Denton and more than 783,000 users in Dallas.

“ParkMobile is a wonderful addition to our parking options on both Denton and Dallas campuses,” Marcus Wenzel, manager of parking, communications, and public safety technologies for Texas Woman’s University. “With students and faculty returning to in-person classes, ParkMobile gives everyone a safe, easy-to-use method for parking on-site.”

Other major cities in Texas where ParkMobile is offered include Houston, Fort Worth, and El Paso. The app also is available at many other Texas universities including Texas A&M, University of Texas at Austin, University of North Texas, Sam Houston State, and Southern Methodist University. Beyond the state, the app also may be used to pay for parking in more than 450 cities across the country.

“It’s great to see Texas Woman's University join the growing list of over 140 colleges and universities offering ParkMobile,” said Mark Lister, SVP of marketing for ParkMobile. “We’re excited to continue exploring the ways that ParkMobile can keep universities safe through contactless on-campus parking experiences.”

Go to the visitor parking site for more information.

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*Use promo code “FreeHour” to get your first hour free when using ParkMobile. That’s $2.50 off the price in the garages and $1.50 off in the surface lots.