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CITY OF WHEATON: New Parking Payment System Begins Oct. 8

Local Government

By Press release submission | Oct 7, 2019


City of Wheaton issued the following announcement on Oct. 4.

On Oct. 8, 2019, the City will roll out a new parking payment system for daily fee commuter parking, offering convenient new ways to pay.

Previously, users of the daily fee parking spaces in the City’s commuter lots and spaces near the City’s two Metra stations used either a pay box in the lots or street meters that only accepted coins. This new system will replace these with two payment options: using new digital kiosks or using the Passport Parking app on a mobile device.

Parking App

The City’s new system allows users to pay for daily fee parking using an app on your phone. Simply search for the Passport Parking app where you download apps for your phone or visit www.passportparking.com, and follow the directions to set up an account. Using the app will allow you to skip going to a kiosk. A convenience fee of $0.32 applies for payments using the parking app.

Payment Kiosks

New digital kiosks replace the daily fee pay boxes in the City’s commuter lots and some of the metered 12-hour parking spaces. Look for signs near these parking spaces for more information. The kiosks accept cash (exact change only) and credit cards. The kiosks are located: 

Near the downtown train station:

•    At the corner of Liberty & Carlton 

Near the College Avenue train station:

•    President Street where it meets the railroad tracks 

•    College Avenue train station (2 kiosks)

Please note that whichever way you choose to pay, you will need to know your license plate number, which you will enter either at the kiosk or on your mobile phone (if using the Passport Parking app). 

Original source can be found here.

Source: City of Wheaton

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