Atlanta is one of the biggest cities in America and is the capital of Georgia. Over 500,000 city residents and 6 million metropolitan area residents call Atlanta and its larger area home.
The city is one of the most visited in America, mostly hosting those who are interested in the city’s history. The Matin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park is visited by many who want to see the preserved home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as well as his final resting place.
Atlanta is home to other highlights, including the World of Coca-Cola, the College Football Hall of Fame, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and the Carter Center, to name just a few.
Sports are important in Atlanta and a big draw of visitors to the city. Atlanta is home to four major league sports teams: the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Hawks, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Atlanta United FC.
The city’s diverse economy is one reason for growth in the city. From aerospace, to media, to information technology, Atlanta is a hub for people in any field.
Many students flock to Atlanta to study, due to the over 15 colleges and universities in the city. The Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, and Emory University are all nationally-renowned institutions based in Atlanta.
Traveling to Atlanta is easy for many visitors, as the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world in both passenger traffic and aircraft traffic. Delta Air Lines is even headquartered in the city.
Though getting to Atlanta may be easy enough, with many flights directly going to the city’s airport, getting around Atlanta can be a chore.
Atlanta has a network of freeways, including three interstate highways, two of which form the “Downtown Connector,” a highway that carries more than 340,000 cars every day, making it one of the most congested segments of interstate highway in the country.
Between residents’ reliance on cars for transportation and the congestion, Atlanta has ranked among the worst in the country for traffic and commute times.
With traffic problems come parking problems, too. Local media say the parking situation in Atlanta can be one of the reasons for so much traffic, as people need to spend a lot of time driving around to find parking.
Organization of parking with events is also a complaint seen in local media.
At Parking Pass, these are the exact problems we aim to solve. Parking lot organization and management are our bread and butter. We can offer solutions to your specific parking situation, whatever it may be:
No matter where in Atlanta you are or what kind of situation you have, Parking Pass is your one-stop solution for parking lot management. We have developed a range of tools we can customize to meet your needs. Whether it’s just one issue, or many, at Parking Pass, we have total solutions for you.
Easily assign and manage parking spaces in your parking lot or parking garage.
Manage your digital parking permits online for ease-of-access, including online parking reports and citations to easily enforce your parking policies and regulations.
24/7 paperless online guest vehicle registration without the fuss. Nothing to print or place on the vehicle.
The resident-friendly solution that prevents high towing/booting charges for residents that seldomly violate rules & regulations.
Computer-controlled, high-speed cameras that capture and convert license plate data.
Your residents can complete an online registration and approval process so you can get started on managing your lot efficiently.