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Free overnight parking during snow removal periods
Stationnement de Montréal announces that it will participate in Ville de Montréal’s Operation snow removal for a 6th year by offering free overnight parking (6 p.m. to 7 a.m.) in 2,127 parking spaces in 20 designated parking lots during snow removal periods.

With Version 1.4 of the P$ Mobile Service app, drivers can now view information on the rates and regulations pertaining to every paid on-street parking space in Montréal. The app, launched by Stationnement de Montréal in June 2012, now allows drivers to view the parking signs directly on their phones!

Stationnement de Montréal, in collaboration with La Vitrine culturelle, is launching a pilot project to curb graffiti and illegal signage on its on-street pay stations.

The management team of Société en commandite Stationnement de Montréal (the “Société”), has published its financial statements for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013.

As per originally planned upon launching the P$ Mobile Service app in June 2012, Stationnement de Montréal will reduce the service fees pertaining to on-street parking space payments from 40 ¢ to 30 ¢ as of June 4.

Non-disclosure order relative to EPIM’s investigation partially lifted

Provincial Court Judge Fafard partially lifted yesterday the non-disclosure order on information obtained as part of EPIM’s investigation. She has also confirmed that “the individuals involved are above reproach, as police efforts seemed to have been a shot in the dark”. She has also concluded that the information obtained and retained could now be made public.

In a letter sent to Stationnement de Montréal, the Escouade de protection de l’intégrité municipale (EPIM Squad) informed the organization that its case has been closed and that its investigation uncovered no irregularities.