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On Demand Webinar: Parking Enforcement for Frontline (0117)

 

In this archived webinar, we will look at the reason for enforcement in the scheme of parking management. We will explore the ethics of enforcement and the role of the Parking Enforcement Professional.
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On Demand Webinar: Adaptive Reuse: The Next Generation of Parking Facilities (0117)

 

In this archived webinar, we will look at how the parking garage has evolved over the past century and it is still evolving. This webinar will address practical designs to accommodate future flexibility.
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On Demand Webinar: Cracking the Code – Sustaining a Customer Service Culture (0117)

 

This archived webinar will demonstrate how you can obtain the culture of customer service – everyone wants it, but getting there can be a challenge.
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On Demand Webinar: Transformational Services & Efficiencies (0217)

 

As a large commuter school, ease of access and ease of parking remain at the apex of Florida International University's priorities. Following the Great Leadership Strategies model learned from Disney, FIU developed specific tactics around strategies for Parking & Transportation, then launched the best of our industry partner’s right-fit technologies to place transformational services at the fingertips of our FIU community.
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On Demand Webinar: Connected Vehicles: Understanding the Revolution (0317)

 

Parking Technology Committee. This year’s presentation explores the connected vehicle and its impact on parking. We all hear and see the buzzwords: automated, self-driving, driverless, connected vehicles. But what exactly does it all mean? Will Uber take over the world in 2020? Will parking facilities become less necessary due to the changing landscape? Who pays for a shared vehicle to park, and how? And how does this new technology now being packaged into our vehicles impact the parking industry and your current and future operations?

The presenter will explore the world of connected vehicles and bring a little order and definition to this emerging landscape, showing what technologies are leading the race to bring standardization to the market while making the customer experience frictionless.
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On Demand Webinar: Suicide in Parking Facilities: Prevention, Response and Recovery (0417)

 

This archived webinar will cover a wide range of topics, from installing physical barriers and signage that offers crisis line information to on-the-scene intervention and post-traumatic care for employees and witnesses.
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On Demand Webinar: Potential Impacts of City-Level Parking Cash-Out and Transit Benefit Ordinances (1017)

 

The vast majority of employers provide their employees free parking at work, which encourages employees to drive alone. Parking cash-out enables employees to choose cash instead of free, employer-provided parking, substantially reducing the rate at which people drive alone to work. But this has not been implemented broadly. This presentation will provide an overview of cash-out policies; highlight the results of a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) analysis of six different possible cash-out ordinances, for nine different cities, to estimate their potential impacts; and offer information on the real-world implementation of cash-out policies at the municipal level. A literature review of the impacts of parking pricing and commuter incentives will be shared as part of the presentation.
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On Demand Webinar: Data Analytics (1117)

 

Ever wondered just how big your world is? How many parking spaces are there in the United States? How many parking organizations, and parking professionals? What is the true economic impact of our industry?
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On Demand Webinar: Introduction to Parksmart (0118)

 

This archived webinar will provide information on Parksmart, the world’s only rating system designed to advance mobility through smarter parking structure design and operation, provides garages with a pathway to harness this opportunity and redefine parking as a transformative force for sustainable mobility in our cities, campuses, entertainment venues and elsewhere. This webinar will address how parking structure owners and operators can utilize Parksmart to enhance bottom lines, embrace environmental responsibility and address emerging trends within the parking and transportation industries.
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On Demand Webinar: Parking Guidance and the Journey (0318)

 

This archived presentation walks through three user scenarios and describes how various technologies can be used to inform a consumer about pricing, availability, payment, etc. It explores the use of IPI-DataEx data standard to share information and reviews the major sensor technologies currently used to detect facility occupancy. In addition, the presentation weaves in a short update on Payments – EMV, Chip and Pin, and P2PE to provide a quick refresher on current developments in payments that every owner and operator should be aware.
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On Demand Webinar: Hello, Parking! Is Anyone There? / Alô, Estacionamento! Tem Alguém Aí? (0318)

 

Technology is in the spotlight of most discussions when it comes to the future of parking, right? However, have you asked yourself about the people in this industry? How do you make sure your teams give parking customers the same importance you do? This webinar will provide parking owners, directors and vendors with some insights and important tips to engage staff members and prepare them for a great customer service!
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On Demand Webinar: Dashboards! Tomada de decisão com base científica (318)

Sunday, March 18, 2018 - Friday, March 18, 2118

Você já deve ter escutado falar do “Big Data”, um grande volume de dados que chega até nós como resultado de sistemas conectados e da Internet das Coisas. Embora tenhamos acesso atualmente a muitas informações que podem nos ajudar a tomar decisões, é importante entender quais dados são realmente necessários e o que é ruído. A habilidade com a qual analisamos os dados pode fazer a diferença entre um bom ou mau resultado. Um dos métodos mais simples na tomada de decisão com base na ciência é entender as tendências por meio de visualizações em alto nível. Ao monitorar o desempenho diariamente, seja usando um painel em tempo real ou simples representações gráficas de tendências, você saberá se é necessário acessar mais dados para tomar uma decisão de negócios.
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On Demand Webinar: Data Driven Success: Building a New Data Standard for Parking (0718)

 

This free archived webinar will provide information on the development of international industry-wide data standards designed to streamline data transfer. Offering one CAPP point, this webinar provides an overview of the IPI-DataEx Standard for parking as well as the international effort to create global standards.
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On Demand Webinar: Park That Phone! The Road to a New Brand (0918)

 

After a difficult PARCS equipment transition, the University of Cincinnati (UC) needed to find a way to rebrand its image and improve its perception on campus. This presentation will present how UC developed the program, marketing and program ideas that others can take back to their campus, as well as results from the campaign. Participants will be engaged through video, as well as discussion, throughout the presentation which will make them think about their own behaviors when driving.
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On Demand Webinar: Introduction to APDS Version 1.0, International Parking Data Standard (092518)

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

The Alliance for Parking Data Standards (APDS) will offer this free webinar on the development of the first international industry-wide standard to streamline data transfer in the parking, transportation, and mobility industry. The APDS, a collaboration of the British Parking Association, the European Parking Association, and the International Parking Institute, will develop and maintain the international data standard. This webinar will provide an overview of Version 1.0 of the APDS Standard, and review the technical documents contained in the release. There will be time provided for discussion and your questions at the conclusion of the webinar.
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On Demand Webinar: Being a Super Hero in your City (1018)

 

Becoming a super hero in your city. Whether it's Superman, Spider-man or Wonder Woman, everyone loves a super hero. Hear how you can bring this heroic task to your city by changing the parking. Operate in a way that an administration looks for ways to keep you and not reasons to keep you (Sam Parker); all this can be done with how you promote your parking product.
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On Demand Webinar: Dashboards! Science-based Decision Making (1218)

 

For several years we’ve been given the gift of Big Data, available now as a result of connected systems and the internet of things.
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On Demand Webinar: Municipal Procurement: Repeating Mistakes On Purpose (0119)

 

Are your RFPs for technology products finding the best products for your operation at the best price? RFPs aim to introduce a level playing field for vendors and reduce any potential for favoritism, and garner the best prices. But it doesn’t always work that way; cities can achieve better outcomes by changing the way they buy software. Refocusing RFPs on the operation’s unique needs instead of product specs can bring much more effective results, but it’s a different way of thinking than the traditional. Join us and learn how to use the RFP process more effectively to get the products you want at the best possible price.
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On Demand Webinar: Curb Management: Strategies and Tech to Define, Manage, and Enforce the Curb (0219)

 

Struggling with curb management or just starting to think about it? You’re not alone—balancing shared use of this limited and valuable real estate is a challenge, and it’s only projected to become more complicated from here. Learn what curb management is and how various technologies will support effective curb-sharing. This presentation explores four major categories of consideration and how technology will be applied to de-clutter and de-stress curb space.
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On Demand Webinar: Accessible Parking and Placard Abuse (0319)

 

Accessible parking challenges and disabled placard abuse are continuing challenges. While some federal standards exist, cities and states take a wide variety of approaches. For the first time, the issues are being considered on a national level by a broadly based united group. The IPMI-led Accessible Parking Coalition (APC) includes transportation officials, government agencies, advocacy groups, parking management and technology experts, veterans’ groups, civil rights advocates, and independent living movement members. Gain insights from APC research and resources, and learn how a number of municipalities and universities are addressing the issues successfully.
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On Demand Webinar: ¡Aló, estacionamiento! ¿Hay alguien ahí? (Presentado sólo en Español) (0319)

 

Descripción: La tecnología está seguramente en el centro de atención cuando hablamos sobre el futuro de los estacionamientos, ¿verdad? Pero, ¿te has preguntado sobre cómo involucrar a la gente en este escenario? ¿Cómo garantizar que sus equipos dan la misma importancia que usted al negocio ya los clientes? Este es el primer webinar de IPMI presentado al 100% en español, y ayudará a los dueños de estacionamientos, directores y proveedores con algunas reflexiones y consejos importantes para comprometer a los empleados y prepararlos para una excelente atención al cliente.

Este webinar se presentará en Español.
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On Demand Webinar: Watch Your Assets! How to Monetize Most Effectively (0519)

 

Description: In the next decade, a growing number of state and local governments, colleges and universities, airports, transit systems, and water and sewer authorities are likely to explore asset monetization. State and local governments own infrastructure properties of significant value and, despite a 10-year economic expansion, some remain fiscally pressured and unable to properly maintain their properties. The scale of today’s infrastructure decay, the declining fiscal health of the U.S. public sector, and a growing appetite from large institutional investors (private sector) for infrastructure properties make asset sales or leases more likely than in the past.
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On Demand Webinar: How to Cater Excellent Customer Experience on a Multi-building Property by Maximizing Shuttle Routes (0719)

 

We wanted to identify and correct inefficiencies present in the medical center’s shuttle system to provide the best ridership experience for users. Our goal was to have a wait time for any shuttle at any stop of 15 minutes or less. Using industrial engineering's operation research optimization methodology, we aimed to achieve the stated goal by eliminating bottlenecks and maximizing route sequences.
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On Demand Webinar: Shared Mobility and Technologies’ Effects on Parking Design and Curbside Management (0819)

 

The explosion in shared mobility and potential for autonomous vehicles is affecting parking design and curbside management. Parking planners and transportation engineers are shifting from the standard design approach to curbside and parking facility design. This presentation will provide an overview of shared mobility resources and technology and explore how they are impacting parking demand and parking design both on- and off-street.
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On Demand Webinar: "To email, text or meet? That is the perpetual question!" (0919)

 

Communication is tricky and finding the most effective media (email, phone, text, smoke signal) to share your messages is a constant challenge. Adding to the complexity is the ultimate project delivery method: design build, design bid build, construction manager at risk.
In this discussion, we will define and learn the communication strategies for each major delivery project method.
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On Demand Webinar: Campus Cruzin’: Everything You Need to Know to Operate a Successful Scooter and University Partnership (1119)

 

Cities and universities are the latest focus for commercial scooter operations, which have taken them by storm. Commercial scooter companies have developed a reputation for being disruptive, cluttering streets, and creating safety risks. Despite the uproar, there is the opportunity to embrace the disruption and celebrate the possibilities scooters offer as first- and last-mile commute options through formalized university partnerships.
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On Demand Webinar: Búsqueda de la Excelencia en una Operación de Estacionamiento (Presentado sólo en Español) (1219)

 

A pesar de que existen muchas iniciativas alrededor del mundo para motivar a las personas a utilizar medios de transporte alternativo a los vehículos privados, los vehículos privados no van a desaparecer de nuestro panorama en el futuro cercano. La primera parte del entrenamiento explica con números el porqué los coches están aquí para quedarse. Además, se dibuja una imagen general de la relación tan fuerte que existe entre persona-vehículo. Esto nos lleva directo a resaltar la importancia que tiene la industria de los estacionamientos y finalmente nos hace ver la necesidad de buscar la excelencia dentro de la misma.

Para que una operación de estacionamiento sea considerada de excelencia, se tienen que llenar y sobrepasar las expectativas de TODOS los involucrados en la misma. La segunda parte del entrenamiento explora la operación a través de los ojos de: (cliente/usuario), (establecimiento/destino), (vecinos/comunidad), (autoridades), (operador), (proveedor) e (inversionista). Todos ellos son los involucrados. Una vez que todas las expectativas de cada uno de ellos hayan sido cubiertas, entonces puedes haber alcanzado la excelencia……………pero espera, la excelencia no es algo que se alcanza: es un proceso continuo. Las expectativas de los involucrados cambian cada vez más rápido entonces, ¡no estaciones tus esfuerzos de alcanzar la excelencia!
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On Demand Webinar: ¡Aló, estacionamiento! ¿Hay alguien ahí? (1219)

 

La tecnología está seguramente en el centro de atención cuando hablamos sobre el futuro de los estacionamientos, ¿verdad? Pero, ¿te has preguntado sobre cómo involucrar a la gente en este escenario? ¿Cómo garantizar que sus equipos dan la misma importancia que usted al negocio ya los clientes? Este es el primer webinar de IPMI presentado al 100% en español, y ayudará a los dueños de estacionamientos, directores y proveedores con algunas reflexiones y consejos importantes para comprometer a los empleados y prepararlos para una excelente atención al cliente.
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On-Demand Webinar: Utilizing Technology: A How-To Guide on Converting to a Virtual and Electronic Parking Environment (0120)

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 - Wednesday, January 15, 2200

In an industry where parking technology is evolving more rapidly than many can wrap their minds around, how does one know what technologies to leverage and how they can truly benefit their organization? The “Utilizing Technology: A How-To Guide on Converting to a Virtual and Electronic Parking Environment” presentation will take attendees behind the scenes regarding how UNC Charlotte decided to use new technology to operate using virtual permits and electronic citations, connect both mobile and fixed license plate recognition (LPR) systems together for complete campus coverage, and how the project was designed and implemented while also discussing lessons learned along the way. At the end of the presentation, attendees should have a clear understanding of what it would take to operate in a virtual and electronic parking environment and if this type of technology is the right fit for their organization.
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On Demand Webinar: Supporting Mobility in an Open Environment (0220)

 

When it comes to mobility, the future of parking is here. You just need to know where to look. Parking professionals across the globe are seeking new ways to promote mobility and apply planning approaches and new technologies to their mobility challenges. We can learn much by looking to the experiences of parking professionals in other parts of the world…the challenges they face and the strategies and tools they are utilizing to overcome those challenges.
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On-Demand Webinar: Micro-mobility and Parking: First and Last-Mile Options and What They Mean for Your Operation (0320)

Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - Tuesday, March 18, 2200

This presentation, offered by the IPMI Technology Committee, provides an overview of first and last-mile mobility services and they can collaborate with your parking operations. The presentation reviews the various micromobility options available and how they can fit into your existing parking operations. The presentation will review the pros and cons of each mobility service and the importance of integrating data sharing so a Mobility Professional can excel. The presentation also provides an overview of the Alliance for Parking Data Standards and how these standards will reduce your system integration costs and improve your access to data.
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On Demand Webinar: The CCPA and State Efforts to Protect Consumer Privacy: What the Parking Industry Should Know (041420)

 

The California Public Parking Association (CPPA) in partnership with IPMI hosted this webinar that will review the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and various state efforts to protect the privacy of its citizens.
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On-Demand Webinar: More than a Parking Garage: Transformative Leadership to Shift Campus Culture (0420)

 

As college campuses and universities continue to adapt to today’s changing economic and political climate, campus services must breakdown silos and reach across departments to mitigate challenges and support student success. Join NACAS CEO, Kelsey Harmon Finn, as she leads a conversation to understand how college parking & transportation professionals are leading the way toward creating outstanding services, exceptional experiences, and preparing themselves to take on more responsibility.
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On Demand Webinar: Cutting-edge Transportation Research on Parking, Congestion, and the Curb (0420)

 

IPMI hosted two innovative transportation research institutions that are digging deep into industry trends and how mobility professionals can create positive effects through planning, policy, and operations.
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On-Demand Webinar: ASU's Campus Access Management: Student safety, curb management and multi-modal access (0620)

Wednesday, June 17, 2020 - Tuesday, June 17, 2200

Arizona State University has done over the past five years to create a safe environment for pedestrians to be able to walk around campus without being hit by skateboarders, bikes, carts and facility vehicles. This case study will start with the planning phase of the program and move forward through the policy, construction and added job duties that have been created.
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On-Demand Webinar: Reimagining a Sustainable, Resilient Workforce for Curbside Management (0720)

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 - Saturday, July 15, 2220

There is disruption occurring across cities relating to curbside management. Between innovation and intensifying mobility demands, the traditional management of the curb is being jostled to meet those demands. In municipalities across the US, there is recognition to have a Curbside Management Divisions (CMDs) effectuate the wholesale management of the curb. This session looks to highlight a peer review of municipal best practices and engage in an industry dialogue on the municipal curbside management workforce.
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On-Demand Webinar: Considering an Alternative to Adaptive Reuse (820)

 

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This presentation will explore how we need to be adaptive in our mindset on how we manage and implement parking in our downtowns and on our campuses, looking at exterior factors like growth, changing transportation demographics, and evolving policies to support better densification and evolution of our downtowns. The presentation will focus on a concept called the surface parking exit strategy, that attempts to right-size parking and help communities grow with changing needs.
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On-Demand Webinar: The Road to APO: Success Stories and Lessons Learned (920)

 

Free Training Resources Through December 31, 2020
Open to IPMI members, including industry professionals who request free transitional memberships.
Non members- $85
This panel discussion is valuable for anyone interested in learning more about becoming an Accredited Parking Organization and the steps to success. Speakers, including decision-makers from the municipal, university, and private-operations sectors, will provide an overview on APO, specifically the requirements and process. This format will allow the audience to learn about real-life examples from similar organizations. The session will highlight best practices and lessons learned for successfully completing the APO process.
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On-Demand Webinar: Industry Operations: Planning, Tech, and Finance Bundle- 3 for $49!

 

Bundle all three Industry Operations: Planning, Tech, and Finance webinars for just $49! (members only)
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On-Demand Webinar: Trends to Track: Exploring Tectonic Forces Affecting Parking and Transportation (1020E)

 

Will we have cars in the future? Won’t people drive less thanks to AVs and TNCs? What effect is Amazon having on parking and transportation? It’s hard to plan for the mobility future when we don’t know what’s real and what may just be perception. This session will introduce key macro trends that are having the greatest influence in our industry now and in the future so we may plan with more confidence and certainty.
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On-Demand Webinar: You’ve Got to Crunch the Numbers: How Finance and Operations Work Together for Success (1020F)

 

You’ve Got to Crunch the Numbers: How Finance and Operations Work Together for Success
Finance and operations experts from Texas A&M University will cover three major departmental initiatives as case studies. The purpose is to show how the financial side of the house works to plan, prepare, and project to have the resources available in the right amount and at the right time. Then the operational side will show how to take those resources and successfully implement, manage, and market the entity’s major initiatives.
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On-Demand Webinar: Managing the Curb: On-Street Operations, Enhancing Mobility Options, and Urban Innovation Bundle - 3 for $49!

 

Bundle all three Managing the Curb: On-Street Operations, Enhancing Mobility Options, and Urban Innovation webinars for just $49! (members only)
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On-Demand Webinar: University Planning, Operations, and TDM Bundle

 

Bundle all three University Planning, Operations, and TDM webinars for just $49! (members only)
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On-Demand Webinar: Managing Demand: Harnessing Competing Priorities Within University and Healthcare Parking and Transportation Operations (1020A)

 

This presentation will highlight the importance of efficient demand management strategies to serve the various needs of users on joint university and healthcare campuses. Issues will include accommodating the various needs of all of these customers, how to build and manage a successful transportation program to serve all users, and how to operate a central call center or commuter office program to support such a significant daily operation.
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On-Demand Webinar: From the University Perspective: Today’s Parking Challenges and How To Meet Them (1020B)

 

Parking has long been a significant challenge on college campuses. As universities continue to grow and expand, well-integrated parking can enhance the campus experience, minimize traffic congestion, avoid modal conflicts, and promote alternative transportation. Join us for a conversation with representatives from Stanford University, UC San Diego, and UC Riverside, and explore their strategies to maximize existing parking, manage demand, and integrate new parking.
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On-Demand Webinar: TDM For the Win: Creating a More Sustainable Campus (1020C)

 

Arizona State University’s Parking & Transit staff recently embarked on the development of a campus wide TDM playbook and program intended to guide the university through a transitional growth period; they worked to position it for a more sustainable future that reduced dependence on single-occupant vehicles and leveraged recent investments in micro-mobility. This recorded presentation will focus on the development of the TDM program and early stages of implementation.
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On-Demand Webinar: Purchase all three certificate program bundles for $125

 

Bundle All Three Certificate Programs For Just $125! (MEMBERS ONLY)
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On-Demand Webinar: American Dream PARCs: A Case Study of the Latest Technology in Parking! (1220)

On-Demand

The American Dream is a retail/dining/entertainment development featuring an indoor amusement and water park, indoor snow-skiing slope, and a high-end retail mall; including 10,000 spaces, 72 lanes of equipment, and 56 Pay-on-Foot machines.

The PARCS included E-Z-Pass Integration, Pay-On-Foot, License-Plate-Recognition, QR/Barcode, PCI-P2PE Credit Cards, touch-screen displays, mobile app integrations, online reservations, and fully on-line analytics and reporting features.

Join us for this informative webinar presentation, as we discuss the RFP, selection, and installation process.
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On-Demand Webinar: Curbing Covid-19 at the Curb (Recording)

On-Demand

How we think about traveling and commuting in the cities where we work and live has changed dramatically with the spread of COVID-19. We drive less, eschew public transportation, and are less likely to use shared mobility devices. This new definition of mobility has exacerbated declining municipal revenues. Cities and states face a unique challenge: stimulate local economies and generate revenue, all while working to reopen responsibly to prevent new hot spots of infection and protect public health.
Curbside technologies offer unique solutions to help fund government programs while safeguarding the public. Curbside technologies can help monitor and mitigate viral spread, provide economic relief to constituents, and create a path for municipal revenue recovery. Cities have an opportunity to quickly pivot and utilize metered parking, permit parking, citation issuance and processing, and data science to achieve critical municipal goals.
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