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Leadership & 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.
Industry 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.
Parking 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.
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.
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