FlexePark Announces a New Parking Lot in Bloomington, IN Indianapolis-based parking company opens a new zero-contact parking lot
FlexePark, an Indianapolis-based shared parking progressive web app, has opened its newest lot, offering zero-contact parking options around central and southern Indiana.
Located at 408 E 6th St., in Bloomington, IN, right behind the Runcible Spoon, this lot has easy access to many different venues around Downtown Bloomington. Parking here allows for easy parking for restaurants nearby that do not offer parking such as Village Deli, Nick’s Cafe Pizzaria, and Big Woods. It is also near IU Bloomington Campus.
To park, drivers scan a QR code found on a FlexePark sign and securely pay a flat parking fee from their mobile device. For those looking for minimal personal contact, FlexePark offers a safer solution than touching parking meters or exchanging payment with lot attendants.
FlexePark was developed by Andromeda Galactic Solutions to address the lack of public parking options in metro areas. Through FlexePark, local businesses — many of which are emerging from a closed economy — generate extra income by making their unused parking available to the community, usually after business hours.
FlexePark and its patent-pending technology has been recognized as a finalist for the 2020 & 2019 Parking Today Awards, 2020 & 2019 TechPoint Mira Awards, and 2019 Leading City AcceliCITY Awards.
About FlexePark FlexePark is a user-friendly solution to the lack of parking in crowded areas that turns normally unavailable space into available, affordable, and reservable parking. Unlike other shared parking options, FlexePark focuses on usability and accessibility by enabling users to secure spots without touching a parking meter, downloading an app, trading money with a lot attendant, or reserving parking spots in advance. Learn more at https://about.FlexePark.com/parking-made-easy.
About Andromeda Galactic Solutions Founded in 2015, Andromeda Galactic Solutions has a mission to facilitate connections between people in an ethical, accessible way, using technology when necessary. The company was created to address community issues through a unique combination of technology and services, believing that sustainable companies should generate net social gain with every product and service offered. You may learn more about Andromeda on their website, AndromedaGalactic.com.
Parking spots that were once designated "No Parking" zones can now be made available for public use after business hours.