Fast Park continues its commitment to making its facilities more eco-friendly by installing new energy efficient lighting at its Milwaukee Fast Park & Relax location near the General Mitchell International Airport (MKE). Over the last several years, the offsite airport parking company has been incorporating energy-saving and green initiatives at its locations throughout its 13 markets. The lights installed in Milwaukee will reduce energy usage by up to 65 percent.

“Building eco-friendly facilities is one of Fast Park’s most important initiatives,” said Melanie Chavez, Executive Vice President of Construction and Branding. “It’s important to reduce our energy consumption while providing a friendly and relaxing experience for our guests.”

Fast Park & Relax, located across the street from MKE, was upgraded with a mixture of G2-8 (400 watt equivalent) and G2-10 (500 watt equivalent) LED lights. The new fixtures provide 20 to 30 percent more light while reducing energy usage.

In addition to the new energy-efficient lighting, Fast Park’s Milwaukee facility utilizes Sprinter shuttles which emit approximately 56 percent less carbon dioxide gas per vehicle mile when compared to a 6.0L diesel engine vehicle. The facility also provides complimentary luggage assistance, a newspaper upon entrance (available Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m., while supplies last) and electric vehicle charging through its 120 V outdoor rated GFI’s.

For more information, visit the company’s website at or call a local Milwaukee Fast Park representative at 414-481-0155.

About Fast Park
Fast Park is a leading offsite airport parking company headquartered in Cincinnati. With 17 facilities in 13 markets throughout the country, its brands include Fast Park & Relax, Fast Park2, Airport Fast Park, and Park Place. Fast Park offers the highest-quality customer service at its facilities 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Its convenient shuttle service transports travelers directly from their parking spot to their terminal. Facilities are located in the following cities: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore-BWI, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston-IAH, Indianapolis, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Orlando, Raleigh and Tucson. For more information, visit or visit Fast Park’s Facebook page