MONTREAL – Several parking garages, Indigo Park will be available at the same rate as those on Sainte-Catherine street West for a period not exceeding two hours in downtown Montreal.
Announced by the Agency of sustainable mobility Monday, this partnership is part of a pilot project to maximize the supply of parking to existing and shorten the search time for motorists.
The users of the mobile app P$ Montreal City Centre is the Agency of sustainable mobility can thus be automatically reduced fee for two hours in one of the parking attendees.
“Through this application, access to many parking lots downtown, that are often still very unclear, will be greatly facilitated and offered at an affordable price,” said Éric Alan Caldwell, head of the urban planning and mobility at the executive committee of the City of Montreal, in a news release.
The Agency wants to launch a new version of its application that will incorporate a map to offer several parking facilities private located near the rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, which is in the works.
“This is a new offer, and unprecedented, to quickly and easily find parking in the city centre,” said Louis Jacob, senior vice president for Indigo Park, Canada. “We are ready to welcome a lot of people in our parking lots.”