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Guide to Easy Parking at Navy Pier

September 2, 2021

Guide to Easy Parking at Navy Pier

Navy Pier is one of Chicago’s most popular tourist attractions! Navy Pier is a 3,300 foot long pier located along Lake Michigan featuring many dining and shopping options to check out. In addition, there are events, free public programs, and attractions that they have to offer. Parkchirp is here to help you find the best parking options by Navy Pier. Continue reading below for the best parking options by Navy Pier: Navy Pier – Garage This garage is located at… Continue reading →

ParkChirp Sales Soar Despite Soft Demand Fundamentals

March 16, 2021

Parking sales are driven by a number of factors, and in most cities they directly reflect consumer confidence and the changes in buying habits. Office occupancies remain low, restaurants are slowly reopening, and both leisure and business travel is soft. However, as the gradual return to "normal" has begun, many parkers are changing the way that they commute and park. And ParkChirp wants to be part of the solution. Over the past six months, ParkChirp has experienced continuous growth as… Continue reading →

Monthly Parking Using ParkChirp

January 14, 2021

Monthly Parking Using ParkChirp

We have recently been seeing an increased need for monthly parking options at garages and lots. This recent trend is due to the steady decline of the amount of people utilizing public transportation. Recent data from Metra shows that passenger trips on all of their Chicagoland rail lines are down nearly 92% from November 2019. Revenue is down not only from the decrease in passenger trips, but also because there are no riders paying parking fees to park at the… Continue reading →

Seattle Attractions You Can Still Visit

November 9, 2020

Seattle Attractions You Can Still Visit

Looking for things to do in Seattle? Seattle is best known for its natural scenery, exceptional dining options, and lively neighborhoods. While the pandemic has shifted the availability of many popular tours and attractions, there is still plenty of attarcations that you can still visit in the Emerald City. In order to visit these Seattle attractions, you must kow where to look. Continue reading below to learn about some of our favorite things that you can still do in and… Continue reading →

Propark Mobility Partners With ParkChirp

September 28, 2020

Propark Mobility Partners With ParkChirp

Propark Teams Up with ParkChirp Propark Mobility recently launched a new website in an effort to help enhance their customers' parking experience! ParkChirp is excited to announce a new addition to our growing list of online partners! Built upon the ParkChirp platform, the new Propark Mobility website allows parking customers to search for parking and make their purchases in a few simple steps without ever having to leave the site. To learn more, check out Propark's latest press release!

Daily Parking Up, Monthly Parking Flat

August 25, 2020

ParkChirp’s App Data indicates that employees are choosing daily parking over monthly parking Chicago, August 25, 2020 – As employees return to work at businesses throughout downtown Chicago, data indicates that they are adjusting the way they purchase parking.  ParkChirp, a parking app that offers parkers the lowest prices compared to other parking apps, has partnered with Parking Advisors, Inc., the industry’s leading parking consulting firm, to analyze parking purchase data. The data reveals significant increases in daily parking purchase… Continue reading →

There’s still a lot to do in Chicago!

August 18, 2020

There’s still a lot to do in Chicago!

What's open in Chicago right now? 2020 has been a challenging year. Popular events like sports, concerts, the marathon and other popular events have been cancelled or dramatically altered due to the impact of COVID-19. However,  there are still many fun and interesting things to do in Chicago and the surrounding area. Continue reading below for some options based off what's open in Chicago right now! Thrillist has published a list of Actually Cool Things You Can (Still) Do in… Continue reading →

The Return of Sports

August 5, 2020

The Return of Sports

Watching Sports During Coronavirus Sports are back! For the past couple of months, we have all been wondering whether professional sports in the United States would return or not. The wait is over, and the Cubs, White Sox, and Blackhawks are finally back on TV! Fans will finally be able to watch these sporting events at bars and restaurants with their friends and family, following CDC guidelines. The city of Chicago has endless bar and restaurant options to choose from.… Continue reading →

Chicago’s New Expanded Outdoor Dining

July 31, 2020

Chicago’s New Expanded Outdoor Dining

In an effort to support Chicago’s restaurant scene while adhering to COVID-19 safety guidelines, multiple streets in various Chicago neighborhoods have been converted to pedestrian-only to make room for socially-distanced, on-street restaurant dining. Working with the Illinois Restaurant Association and local chambers of commerce, Mayor Lightfoot announced that these “Café Streets” will be closed to thru traffic during certain days and hours. Chicago's new expanded outdoor dining will allow for local establishments to place café tables on the street, as… Continue reading →

Commuter Parking – The Suburbs

July 20, 2020

Commuter Parking – The Suburbs

Commuter Parking - Daily Savings! According to a recent study, it’s estimated that over 76% of Americans drive to work every day. This represents a huge demand for parking in many major cities. Parking costs can add up - so many commuting parkers look for ways to get the best deal for their time and money. ParkChirp provides a great opportunity for you to save on time and money if you’re coming downtown from the suburbs. For example, if you’re… Continue reading →