By Passport Parking, LLC
- Category: Travel
- Release Date: 2018-01-07
- Current Version: 0.1.1
- Adult Rating: 4+
- Developer: Passport Parking, LLC
- Compatibility: Android
The ParkChicago team introduces ParkChicagoMap, the official on-street parking map app. ParkChicagoMap gives you access to over 36,000 competitively priced parking spaces and helps you find your ideal parking spot. Use the app’s interactive map and search features to find parking at competitive prices in Chicago city limits so you can skip the garage fees and reservations. ParkChicagoMap is a free service which complements the ParkChicago app, where you have the convenience of paying for parking (and extending time) with your phone.
Get Started Today:
- Download the free ParkChicagoMap app
- No sign up, no email, no commitments, NO HASSLE
- Search for and view parking with the interactive map
- Click on the metered locations to view parking rules and details
- Get directions to the parking spot
- Select ParkChicago to pay for parking
The Perks of ParkChicagoMap:
- Effortlessly find the most convenient and affordable parking spots in Chicago
- View metered parking space information such as rates, limits and restrictions
- Keep it all mobile! Pay for metered parking via linked ParkChicago app
ParkChicagoMap is not done yet! Our next major update will include the ability for you to see when a parking spot will be available over the next week. Forget about expensive garages and locked-in parking reservations - take control of your parking experience.
Make your parking experience as convenient as possible – download ParkChicagoMap today.
ParkChicagoMap app screenshots
ParkChicagoMap app reviews
The meter locations are not accurate. Many of them are actually 50~100 feet away. If I use the meter number on the number to purchase parking, I’ll definitely get many tickets. The zoom in & out function doesn’t work well. This will be an awesome daily app for many Chicagoans if these bugs can be fixed.
Shows a green box on a map...that’s it. Not properly formatted on iPhone X.
Functionality it claims to provide ought to be incorporated in to their other app.
Great idea - but doesn’t work! 1/5
I love the idea - getting a real-time view of available parking meters. Unfortunately the app doesn’t work at all (at least not on my iPhone X).
I see a map with a green box, but no info on available meters in any of the neighborhoods I have visited.
What I see in the app doesn’t look at all like the screenshots in the App Store.
Simply doesnt work on iPhone X 1/5
Shows a map of your location with a green shaded box but no meters are showing on the map where I know they exist. Also, tapping inside the search box doesn’t bring up the keyboard, so you can’t search in a location. Hope it is fixed soon, and hope it highlights rate differences so you can decide if walking 2 blocks is worth a much lower rate.
By Lucky Block Lover
Love it ❤️
Tremendous Success in Failing 1/5
Totally broken on iPhone X
Doesn’t do anything 1/5
By Not Studios
Also, it’s not formatted properly for iPhone X.
Great App but with a major glitch 3/5
By Scott O'Neill
This app has great potential and is really handy in that it will give guidance on how many spots *might* be available in an area.
However, there’s a glitch where it only puts a big green box around your locale and the “return to meter view” button is not functional. Also doesn’t quite fit the screen correctly at the moment.
Once updated, I’d be happy to rate at 4+ stars, especially as it can take you straight to the “pay to park” app if you have it installed and set up already.
Or maybe it’s an isolated incident to my phone as it barely wants me to review the app lol.
Not real time parking availability 1/5
This only maps where meters are. Not that helpful.
You can’t search for anything except meter number. Why would I search for a meter number? This app literally does not serve a purpose.
Useful but why is this a seperate app? 2/5
Why would this be an entirely seperate app and not built into the regular ParkChicago app so you can do everything in one place? Fairly inconvenient