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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 2019


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This Month's Featured Articles:

hand holding smart phone over image of cityIndustry Insights: Mobility-as-a-Service: Parking Takes a Seat at the Table

Many cities still manage urban mobility as they did 50 years ago by trying to improve transportation infrastructure. How can cities improve urban mobility for more people without increasing infrastructure? Progressive cities are taking a new approach, deploying mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) platforms that promise a holistic cure for the disease of urban congestion.


dollar signs over image of front of carsParking in Action: Pricing Strategies to Drive Customer Satisfaction

With more than 270 million cars on the road today, the multi-billion dollar paid-parking industry is undergoing rapid change and disruption. Historically, the parking industry implemented a flat, one-rate pricing model designed to be attractive to a wider audience. Today, customers have grown to expect more.


graphic of connected circles around cars on highwayLeadership & Innovation: Connected Car Mobility for the Changing Consumer

Big changes are underway in our industry. From conversations with partners across the mobility landscape, such as Amazon, Waze, General Motors, and Honda, it’s clear that more change is coming. The industry should think about, and prepare for, these changes – and be excited.


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