Parking Panda Launches in Canada, Offers Parking Reservations in Toronto

Parking Panda has launched in Canada, debuting in downtown Toronto to offer third party parking reservations for drivers for the first time.

The parking service has partnered with over 20 garages in the downtown core, plus is the official partner of MLSE, so that means fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and the Toronto Rock “can now pre-book parking near the Air Canada Centre with ease.”

“Our partnership with Parking Panda is another important step in our goal of delivering the best experience in sports and entertainment for our fans at Air Canada Centre and our other venues,” said Wayne Zronik, Vice President Facilities and Live Entertainment at MLSE.

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Game-day parking starts at $6, says Parking Panda, which it says offers an easy and convenient way for locals and visitors to book guaranteed parking spots around popular downtown destinations, such as the CN Tower.

The Parking Panda iOS app allows users to find, pay and reserve parking within the city, with available spots shown within the app’s interactive map. Users can also use the app’s PandaScan feature to scan in and out of garages in Toronto.

The app covers parking garages in the following areas: Downtown Toronto, Entertainment District, Financial District, Chinatown, and the Fashion District.

Parking Panda is available in over 40 U.S. cities, and Toronto marks its debut in Canada for the first time.

Click here to download Parking Panda in the App Store. Let us know if you’re going to try it!

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  • GN

    Tried it… First off no support for larger phones (6, 6plus)… second it has a tough time looking for spots in toronto… third, the process of actually reserving a spot and using that spot is complicated AF. Good idea, poor execution.