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Parking Magazine
The Magazine of Industry Leadership & Innovation

Parking Magazine

Published 12 times a year and read by company owners, CEOs, senior executives and front line managers. Parking is the premier publication of the parking industry and your resource for trends, products and best practices in the parking industry.


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Current Issue
September 2018


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This Month's Featured Articles:

futuristic parking garageThe Future of Parking

In this flagship series, the National Parking Association explores future possibilities shaping a share-the-road ecosystem that brings shared mobility to the commuter, homeowner, and visitor — with a multimodal approach to the movement of people and goods in the first/last mile. Download article >>

 


graphic of futuristic city and technology iconsBusiness Intelligence Systems: Harnessing Big Data to Work for You

If big data is the haystack, then business intelligence is the needle. Together, a Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) and a Parking Guidance System (PGS) throw off stupefying amounts of big data. Buried in that haystack are clues to maximizing facility performance and satisfying customers. Read more >>


city at nightThe P3 Approach to Parking: Public-Private Partnerships Are Exceeding Transportation Infrastructure Objectives

As infrastructure maintenance, rehabilitation, and improvement requirements increase pressure on U.S. public sector resources, public-private partnerships (P3s) are offering solutions. Read more >>

 


four people standing looking at laptopThe Changing Workforce and Its Impact on the Parking Industry

There is a revolution going on, and most of us are barely aware of it. In the world we are creating, we are going to quickly see more things that look like science fiction and fewer things that look like jobs. Read more >>

 


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