Welcome to Parking Mobility: the #1 app to report disabled parking abuse!
Report disabled parking abuse to your city in less than two minutes. When you see a vehicle parked illegally, simply launch Parking Mobility, take 3 photos and submit. We tell the city and they ticket the vehicle’s owner. You help improve accessibility in your community and support people with disabilities. The data you help us generate helps demonstrate the worldwide problem of accessible parking abuse and helps us provide the most effective program to end abuse in your community.
You can also share, find and suggest accessible parking locations anywhere in the world. Most cities do not know where their accessible parking is, so at first, you may find only a few spots on the map where you live. As you and your friends and neighbors use Parking Mobility, more spots will be show up and your community will become more easily accessible.
You can share the locations of accessible spots in less than 30 seconds, allowing others in your community to more easily find accessible parking. By tapping the map pin, you can quickly see the location’s details (# of spaces, ramp access details, accessibility, cost, etc.)
If you or someone you know uses accessible parking, Parking Mobility is what you’ve been waiting for.
Improved notification behavior for pending uploads and certification.
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World well but...
I took a few pictures tonight and left the scene because i was in a hurry and when i wanted to report the violation I couldn't upload the pictures. You can only upload them on the spot which is not very practical. Definitely something that needs improvement. Otherwise a great tool!
Pretty useless app.... they say they want you to take the pics using their app and upload them on the spot to give the authorities the necessary info and to avoid people doctoring photos. Truthfully it only takes a few seconds to get attacked and although they claim it takes little time to complete the process as others have mentioned it’s really dangerous to force people to stay in the vicinity of the individual committing the offense as people do not like getting caught. Photos are all meta tagged with info so you should be able to take pics and upload when it’s safe, I’m also pretty sure the authorities can tell when something is doctored however that point I do see as somewhat valid.
Also if the infraction is happening in a parking lot.... where most handicapped parking spots will be found, the police won’t do a thing unless the owner of the property is the person reporting.
I downloaded the app and deleted it almost immediately, who has the room to store useless apps on their phone? You might as well just report the incident to the authorities but chances are they won’t do jack anyway
Basically useless if you are disabled in most places. Insists on you having to open the app open and take multiple shots which put my safety at risk if the driver returns. Or can use the snap a pic i text and send it to the parking authority who at least know the dangers we face in confronting abled people. App needs to accept photos from camera roll not look for the right button on a complex app. Often we don’t have long to take a pic. We ARE threatened for taking pics so don’t use this app if you are around where I live. Good idea, terrible execution.
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- Coal Harbour Group
- 81 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2009-2011 Coal Harbour Group
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.