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
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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