Giving space back to the city
As cities grow larger and busier, new challenges appear with regards to physical space, mobility and sustainability.
At ParkBee, our mission is to help urban travellers, car park owners, and local governments make better and more efficient use of their existing city space. As one of the world’s first digital car park operators, we aim to get cars off the streets by linking drivers to convenient, but previously underused, off-street parking spots.
With our network of locations, smart integrations, and systems that not only predict prices but can direct traffic to available spaces, we provide the best and most efficient parking in the UK – creating more room in cities for the things that matter.
We are ParkBee, a fast-growing service in digital car park operation. We develop smart technology that makes car parking easy and efficient. Our mission? To remove as many parked cars from the streets as possible, and give that space back to the city.
Decrease the number of new garages being built
With plenty of room available in existing parking garages, we believe that building new parking locations is simply unnecessary.
Remove more parked cars from the streets
Roughly 15% of all public space is used for parking – we’d rather see this space be used in other ways, such as for recreation or sustainable mobility.
Decrease traffic searching for a space
In big cities, you can often spend 15 minutes searching for a parking space – that’s a lot of unnecessary emissions. ParkBee helps drivers find a parking spot quicker.
Encourage smart mobility solutions
We believe that smart solutions will innovate the transport and mobility industry. That’s why we offer electric charging facilities, and encourage more sustainable transport methods at our locations, such as electric bikes and car sharing.
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