Park in Toronto is a simple web application that crunches parking ticket data to display visual representations demonstrating when parking tickets are issued within the city. This information can be used
to determine the probability of getting a parking ticket at a given time and place.
The parking ticket data visualizations are based on a ~14 million record dataset of parking tickets issued in the City of Toronto. The date range spans five years, from 2008 to 2012.
A mobile app, Redcurb, is coming soon that will take full advantage of the "parking ticket risk" feature. Say Hello to us and get notified when the mobile apps for iOS and Android are released.
We love to hear all your feedback and suggestions.
Did you find a bug (yes, there are bugs, apologies) in the application? Does it suck on your mobile device?
Perhaps there is a missing street or a data error?
Want a special feature or are you just looking forward to try Redcurb, the mobile app?