Alternative products to Blucar

Blucar

On-demand parking at the drop of a pin

9 alternative and related products to Blucar

Pavemint

The shared parking app

Pavemint connects people looking for parking with people who have parking to share, so you can find parking when you need it and earn money when you don't.

Apartment Therapy
Back when I was a cash-strapped college student splitting an apartment close to campus, on football game days I'd stand outside with a handmade sign in magic marker advertising to rabid fans: "Parking - $40."
13 Alternatives to Pavemint

TowIt

Report parking violations & dangerous driving in real time.

TowIt is the global, cross-platform mobile application that allows civilians to report selfish or illegal parking and dangerous driving in real time. TowIt works with municipal governments, local law enforcement, and towing companies to remove the barriers required to make cities effectively fight and deter bad parking and dangerous driving habits.

GOOD Magazine
Poor parkers afflict every city, both small and major. Whether it's a minivan crashing through a Starbucks window, or something more benign like plopping down a foot away from the curb, the onslaught of terrible drivers can seem overwhelming. In fact, it can even make you feel downright powerless.
CityLab
One developer's weapon against lousy drivers and vans blocking the bike lane. The next time you see a parked car attempting to mate with a curb, as shown above, you can leave a nasty note on its windshield. Or, if you have the app TowIt, you could snap a photo and (in theory) flag it for a good towin'.
Fast Company
In theory, as cities keep rolling out more bike lanes, bike commutes are getting easier. In practice, new bike lanes tend to double as illegal parking spots for delivery vans, idling cars, and cops getting pizza, leaving cyclists to veer into traffic to avoid crashing into obstacles.
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Coord has collected information from thousands of parking signs in San Francisco, normalized the data, and created a tool to view the final product. We've also developed a free API to access this data, along with data from New York, Seattle, and Los Angeles.

Smart Cities Dive
Coord, a data mobility company backed by Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs, announced today two new urban mobility tools, Curbs API and Tolls API. The Curbs API tool is an open API that offers detailed information on curb "rules" in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City and Seattle - a combined 200,000 curbs.
Fast Company
Curbs are perhaps the most underrated part of urban infrastructure. Mostly, you just step over them or walk alongside them. Only rarely do they register, except perhaps when you're trying to navigate a suitcase, a stroller, or a wheelchair over them. But for the Sidewalk Labs-backed urban mobility company Coord, they're a pretty big deal.
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