Impark Awarded Parking Management Contract For Toronto Pearson Airport By The Greater Toronto Airports Authority

Impark (Imperial Parking Corporation), North Americas premier parking solutions company, is pleased to announce that it has been selected to manage all parking facilities for the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
"Impark is very proud to add the GTAA to our market portfolio, said Gordon Craig, Imparks Vice President for Eastern Canada. Pearson Airport is not only Canadas largest airport, but a prominent institution within the region of Toronto. We are eager to leverage our significant experience and dedication to client and public service on behalf of the GTAA as their new parking operator.Impark will manage all facets of the GTAAs parking operations, day-to-day parking and traffic management, customer service including responsibility for Toronto Pearsons valet parking service and oversight of the AutoPay stations. The contract runs from May 1, 2008 April 30, 2013, with the GTAA holding the option to extend the contract for up to two years.Toronto Pearson is Canadas largest parking facility with more than 26,000 spaces spread over three multi-level parking structures and five surface lots, serving travelers, visitors, and all airport workers.
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