SASKATOON — The vendor of the city of Saskatoon’s current pay parking application, WayToPark, will be releasing a new app in June called Parkedin. Beginning July 1, Parkedin will officially replace WayToPark as the city’s app-based parking payment service.
The Parkedin app will be available for public download and use starting June 1. Both WayToPark and Parkedin will be available in tandem during a transition period from June 1 to June 30.
The new Parkedin app will operate and function similar to the WayToPark app, with some additional features such as the ability to pay for parking by scanning a QR code on the nearest pay station as well as support for debit payments.
“Our Parking Services team is looking forward to the implementation of the new app to provide an improved offering for customers and to ensure that there is no service disruption,” said Community Standards Director Matt Grazier.
A report on proposed amendments to the Traffic Bylaw to facilitate the use of the new app will be presented to the standing policy committee on transportation Monday, April 11.
For more information on Pay Parking, visit saskatoon.ca/payparking.