Saturday May 30, 2020

App offers clever fix for our urban parking woes

Like its competitor ParkPNP, Kerb will match commuters with owners of unused parking spots across the city

2nd June, 2019

A press release landed in my inbox last week that really caught my attention. It announced the arrival of a new smartphone app that aims to reduce parking costs in the city, increase the number of spaces available and at the same time allow anyone to make a little money. It may have mentioned Airbnb in the release, to illustrate the business model.

The app is simply called Kerb, which is short, easy to remember...

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