This website uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some of these cookies are used for visitor analysis, others are essential to making our site function properly and improve the user experience. By using this site, you consent to the placement of these cookies. Click Accept to consent and dismiss this message or Deny to leave this website. Read our Privacy Statement for more.
Parking Magazine
Share |

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.

Parking Magazine cover

Current Issue
July 2019

Table of Contents &
Digital Version >>



This Month's Featured Articles:

license plates from various statesLeadership & Innovation: License Plate Data: Positive for Parking but Problematic for Privacy

Performing license plate inventories and writing parking citations by hand are tedious chores. So these pen-and-paper solutions are gradually being replaced by camera-powered automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) systems.


This valet-operated stacking system serves a residential development in Wichita, KS. PHOTO COURTESY OF WATRY DESIGN, INC./TOM PAIVA, PHOTOGRAPHERIndustry Insights: The Rise of Automation's Mass Adoption

Not long ago, a mechanical or automated solution may have seemed like an unrealistic option to provide enough parking for a project. In the last two years, however, mechanical and automated parking solutions — which have been prevalent in Europe for years — have dramatically increased in popularity across the U.S.

marble columns of building exteriorParking in Action: Off the Bench: Adjudicators Administer Parking Justice

Municipalities, medical centers, and university campuses are increasingly treating parking violations not as a crime to be punished in court but as behavior to be modified in an informal hearing.


UNC Craige Deck featuring a new precast facade, new stairs, and new elevator tower. PHOTO COURTESY OF WGI (FORMERLY CARL WALKER, INC.)Facilities Spotlight: Vertical Expansion: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Increasing capacity with limited disruption at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) administration had limited choices for adding parking for a growing university population.


View All Articles from July 2019 >>

Not a member or subscriber? View Table of Contents and purchase this issue >>

NPA Industry Partners

Contact NPA

1112 16th Street NW, Suite 840
Washington, DC 20036
1.800.647.7275 Contact Us