EasyPark is now available in Portugal
The tech company EasyPark that helps drivers find and manage parking and charge their electrical vehicle, is available in Portugal from the 14th of September. The award-winning app with coverage throughout Europe will be available to use for all street parking in the city of Lisbon.
The global tech company EasyPark has during the last few years expanded throughout Europe and is today available in 27 countries over the world. The company now announces that the services will be launched in Portugal, starting with the city of Lisbon, from September. The award-winning parking app will be available to use for all on- street parking spaces in the city.
– The EasyPark app makes it easier to pay for parking with minimal effort for the driver. Our vision is to make cities more liveable and a foundation for that is to make the parking experience as easy and seamless as possible, says Jennifer Amador Tavares De Sousa, Country Director Portugal, EasyPark Group.
EasyPark offers several innovative features. Besides making it possible to start, stop, prolong or shorten the parking session in the app, drivers can also pay for electrical vehicle charging, find streets with high parking availability and pre-book parking spaces. The app is also adapted for in-car operating systems such as Apple CarPlay and Android Automotive.
The company also offers software solutions for parking providers, such as cities and property owners, that gathers data to aid decision making regarding city planning. An optimized parking ecosystem means shorter search time for an available parking spot, which reduces both congestion and emissions.
– We are happy to be taking the step into Portugal and start offering our services to both drivers and parking providers. EasyPark will make a significant difference in making Portugal’s cities more liveable, starting with Lisbon, says Amador Tavares De Sousa.
EasyPark has coverage throughout Europe and eases travelling and commuting between countries such as Spain, Italy, France and Germany.