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Heightened Curb Enforcement Set To Begin Oct. 1 At Augusta Regional Airport
September 24, 2018
The Augusta Regional Airport is set to begin it’s heightened enforcement of unattended vehicles and extended parking adjacent to the terminal building on Oct. 1.

The University of The Bahamas Students Outraged Over Limited Parking
September 24, 2018
Students at The University of The Bahamas (UB) are irate over, what many call a shortage of parking spaces allocated to them. Many are questioning the mandatory $50 annual fee for parking – regardless if they have a vehicle or not.

Why Waymo Could Be a $50 Billion Revenue Opportunity for Alphabet
September 24, 2018
In a world where Google is no longer just Google, Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) has many current and future sources of revenues beyond search and advertising. The move toward self-driving cars is just one such source, but the opportunity looks massive.

10 Smart Cities to Watch
September 24, 2018
With an ever growing and changing landscape of smart cities around the world, it is tough to select but a few. Nevertheless, these 10 smart cities are remarkable in their own way.

Half Of Councils Have Problem Parking Areas, Survey Suggests
September 24, 2018
Over half of UK local authorities have parking problem areas and a third are experiencing an increase in illegal parking, a survey conducted for mobile payments specialist Passport suggests.

U-Tron Autonomous Parking Paradigm
September 24, 2018
Unitronics, a leading provider of automated parking systems, unveiled U-tron, a new division dedicated to the first consumer-focused, app-controlled automated parking solutions.

What’s In Seattle’s $130 Million Proposal To Increase Transportation Funding?
September 24, 2018
Seattle would boost its spending on streets, sidewalks and buses by nearly $130 million next year under Mayor Jenny Durkan’s new proposed budget. That’s more than a 25 percent increase over this year as the city rebuilds its aging roadways and tries to manage increasing traffic congestion.

Cleveland Heights Plans Refunds On Parking Ticket Overpayments
September 24, 2018
A little restitution from the city is in the offing for some of those old on-street parking tickets issued and accumulated over the past five years.

Tech Upgrades For Autonomous Vehicles To Aid Foxconn Are Part Of Widening Plans For I-94
September 24, 2018
The massive $496 million reconstruction of the I-94 North-South freeway that widens the road from three lanes to four in each direction is being built with infrastructure for an altogether different motoring experience. Vehicles that handle some of the duties of driving.

Board Of Governors Approves Lease To WVU Hospitals For Additional Parking
September 23, 2018
The WVU Board of Governors met Friday morning and discussed a range of topics including new parking for WVU Hospitals and Health Sciences, continuing construction of the WVU Children’s Hospital and changes to BOG policies.

Tailgaters React To New Arrowhead Stadium Policy
September 23, 2018
As the season continues, security will ramp up enforcement of a policy the Chiefs implemented during the preseason that will require tailgaters to enter the stadium at kickoff or pack up and exit the parking lot.

Parking Lot Lease Deals At McCain: A Whole New Mall Game
September 23, 2018
Ask what's new in shopping malls, and you'll hear of a trend that isn't in the mall at all. It's on the parking lot outside. Companies like Dillard's Inc., J.C. Penney and Macy's are surveying their vast parking areas and seeing new opportunities for dining and entertainment venues.

This Week in the Future of Cars: Electric Start
September 23, 2018
Hark, the electric car! EVs have had a blockbuster half-decade, regulation-wise, with big countries like China and US giving the nascent tech a boost in pursuit of their own climate goals. So this week wasn’t so much a departure as an exciting continuation of a trend.

Popularity Of Electric Cars Fuels Austin Plan To Add Charging Stations
September 23, 2018
Austin Energy is doubling down on investment in electric infrastructure to help the city clean up its carbon footprint, and the latest reports show it might pay off in Travis County, which has seen an exponential jump in the number of electric vehicles on its roads in the past seven years.

Electric Car Charging Station Opens In Downtown Oswego
September 23, 2018
The city of Oswego now has its own electric car charging station. Mayor William Barlow Jr. said the station, near City Hall at the West Second and Oneida Street intersection downtown, is the first in the city and is part of his pursuit of making Oswego a NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) Clean Energy Community.

Downtown Permit Parking Rejected — Why CareSource Scares Neighbors
September 23, 2018
A proposal to create new permit parking in a residential part of downtown has been shot down by the Dayton Plan Board. The plan would have prohibited parking on Harries Street and Ice Avenue except for people who live in the neighborhood or allow guests and visitors to use placards they would receive.

Free Parking Days Over
September 22, 2018
Maybe you got lucky in the past, parking without paying at metered spaces in Grand Junction's downtown yet evading a ticket. If so, your days of skating by likely are numbered.

When Innovation Helps Ease Parking Woes
September 22, 2018
A developer in Penang recently installed the latest technology to overcome some of the parking woes on the island. Menara M Summit in the busy Magazine Road is believed to be the first in the country to implement the “comb type” tower mechanical car park.

Proposed Solution For Key West Parking Problems: Not More Spaces, But Fewer Cars
September 21, 2018
A group formed to advise Key West on resolving parking issues downtown says fewer cars, not more spaces, is the solution.

Altria Begins Construction On New Building And Parking Deck Next To Its Henrico County Headquarters
September 21, 2018
Altria Group Inc. has started work on a two-year expansion and renovation of its Henrico County headquarters building. Henrico issued a permit for the parking deck this week. The plan calls for a 153,385-square-foot deck with 450 parking spaces. The deck would cost about $4.8 million, according to the permit.

Thief River Falls City Council Approves Calendar Parking Changes
September 21, 2018
Snow hasn’t started falling yet, but the Thief River Falls City Council is getting ready for winter. At its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 18, the council approved amending the calendar parking ordinance.

Ocean City Inlet Parking Lot Revenue Down From Last Year
September 21, 2018
With millions of visitors driving into Ocean City each year, parking generates a significant amount of money for the town. But this year's inlet parking lot revenue was lower than town officials anticipated.

Navigation Beacon Collaboration Pays Off in Chicago
September 21, 2018
What started as a solution to help drivers find their parking location in downtown Chicago could be the answer to navigating other areas like multilevel highways, tunnels or possibly even areas removed from any hint of cell service.

Aiming To Clear Up Confusion And Code Enforcement Snafus, Ogden Overhauling Parking Ordinance
September 20, 2018
After years of confusion in the interpretation and enforcement of the corresponding code, Ogden City is conducting a major overhaul of its residential parking ordinance.

New Tech Keeps Tabs On Parking Violations In Winter Park
September 20, 2018
The Winter Park Police Department recently started using new technology to help them better enforce posted time parking spaces throughout downtown.

‘The Dreaded Double Park’: Officials Announce New Efforts To Address Center City Congestion
September 20, 2018
A new effort is underway to break up congestion in Center City. City officials announced they are joining forces with the Philadelphia Police Department and the Philadelphia Parking Authority for an enforcement blitz in two sections of Center City plagued by congestion.

LAX Debuts New Signage for Rideshare Apps Aiming to Be Industry Standard
September 22, 2018
Los Angeles International Airport announced Friday that visitors will now have more help finding app-based ride services with new signage it hopes will become the industry standard at airports across the country.

How the Mercedes Automated Valet Parking Works
September 22, 2018
Ever since 2015, German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz and parts supplier Bosch have been working on an automated parking system aimed at providing accident and stress-free parking solutions for drivers.

Fewer Parking Tickets Being Issued In DC, AAA Mid-Atlantic Says
September 20, 2018
New data shows that D.C. is bringing in significantly less revenue from parking tickets. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, as of 2017, parking citations are down by a third compared to 2010, making for a $31 million decrease in revenue.

Timeline For Jackson’s Parking Meter Overhaul Revealed
September 20, 2018
By the end of next year, Jackson city leaders hope a new transportation system encouraging pedestrian-friendly spaces, bike paths and modern parking meters will draw more people into the Capital City. To do that, the city’s chief administrative officer, Robert Blaine, has tentatively planned a parking meter pilot project in Fondren by the end of February 2019.

Cruise Gate Hamburg Offers Truck Parking on Non-Cruise Days
September 20, 2018
Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) is turning its parking area into a multi-use facility making spaces available for trucks on days without cruise ship calls. This will mean an additional 50 parking spaces for trucks – both long distance and hose serving the container terminals – the center of the port.

MGM Is Worried About The Raiders’ Stadium Parking Plan
September 20, 2018
MGM Resorts International isn’t happy with the Oakland Raiders’ parking plan for the 65,000-seat indoor football stadium the team is building across Interstate 15 from Mandalay Bay and Luxor.

Heightened Curb Enforcement Set To Begin Oct. 1 At Augusta Regional Airport
September 24, 2018
The Augusta Regional Airport is set to begin it’s heightened enforcement of unattended vehicles and extended parking adjacent to the terminal building on Oct. 1.

Airports Use Parking Lot Loyalty Programs and Discounts to Compete Against Uber and Lyft
September 23, 2018
Loyalty programs, half-off sales and even free coffee. These are some of the measures airport executives are considering to encourage travelers to park in their lots and garages, as ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft have surged in popularity.

LAX Debuts New Signage for Rideshare Apps Aiming to Be Industry Standard
September 22, 2018
Los Angeles International Airport announced Friday that visitors will now have more help finding app-based ride services with new signage it hopes will become the industry standard at airports across the country.

Charleston Airport Parking Changes To Be Completed By Thanksgiving To Make Way For New Deck Construction
September 19, 2018
To make room for more cars, Charleston International plans to begin construction on a new 3,000-space parking deck early next year. But before it can do that, it has to start moving dirt elsewhere to handle displaced spaces behind the existing three-level parking deck and its 1,268 spaces, where the new five-tier parking facility will rise.

Heathrow Airport To Pay Fine For Restricting Competition On Parking Prices
September 19, 2018
London Heathrow Airport will have to pay a fine of £1.6m for limiting competition on parking prices in a lease with a hotel operator at Terminal 5.

Colorado Springs Airport Offering 50 Percent Off Long-Term Parking This Holiday Season
September 19, 2018
Colorado Springs Airport wants travelers to know that they are once again offering huge discounts on parking this season!

Ford Airport Launches Mobile App
September 19, 2018
Gerald R. Ford International Airport has developed a tool to make flying from Grand Rapids easier. The airport said last week it released a new mobile app, featuring real-time flight departure and arrival information, updates on airport parking availability and security wait times.

Could Parking Prices Increase Near Sunport?
September 13, 2018
One thing most people like about the Sunport is that there are plenty of affordable places to park your car for days while you're away. However, a new audit reveals the City of Albuquerque is considering charging those businesses more to shuttle you to the airport, which could leave you paying the price.

Yeager Receives $3.5M FAA Grant To Start Solar Energy Project
September 13, 2018
A $3.5 million discretionary grant from the Federal Aviation Administration has been authorized to pay for the first phase of a solar energy project at Charleston’s Yeager Airport. The grant, announced by airport officials on Thursday, will be used to build an array consisting of more than 1,800 solar modules atop the roof of one of the airport’s two parking buildings.

At Philly Airport, Uber And Lyft Drivers Wait And Wait, Gambling On A Big Pay Day
September 13, 2018
Drivers for Uber or Lyft, spend hours waiting at Philadelphia International Airport in hope of one trip that will make the day's labors pay. Unlike cabs, which line up just outside the arrival terminals, ride-share vehicles — at times hundreds of them — are restricted to a parking lot just east of Terminal A.

24-Hour Parking Restrictions Near Wellington Airport Could Be Extended
September 13, 2018
A parking scheme designed to solve a stoush between Miramar residents and Wellington Airport travellers is being hailed a partial success and could be extended.

More Parking Sought For Nearly Completed Airport Terminal
September 12, 2018
In a sign of how popular Paine Field passenger flights could become, the company overseeing the nearly finished terminal building there is looking to expand customer parking in a big way.

Snag a Space Provides Long-Term Parking Options as San Diego Airport Sees Rapid Expansion
September 12, 2018
As San Diego International Airport embarks on its largest construction project to date, long-term parking provider Snag a Space continues to provide affordable long-term parking options.

Dublin's Colour Coded Luggage Tags To Remind Motorists Where They Parked
September 11, 2018
A not insignificant 4,000 customers of Dublin Airport’s long-term car parks forgot where they had parked their car last year and needed help to find their vehicle.

Paris-Beauvais Airport Renews Contract With ParkCloud
September 10, 2018
Paris-Beauvais Airport in France has renewed its contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud, after a four-year partnership.

car2go Expands to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
September 7, 2018
Good news for those traveling between Amsterdam city and Schiphol: car2go is expanding its carsharing service to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol by opening dedicated parking spots for electric cars of car2go.

Airport Parking Fees Voted Down By Columbia City Council
September 5, 2018
Parking at Columbia Regional Airport (COU) will remain free after the city council voted down a proposed increase Tuesday night. In a 5 to 2 vote, the council rejected a measure that would have imposed a $3 per day parking fee at the airport.

New Brussels Airport Parking System Successfully Developed
September 5, 2018
Brussels Airport Company has installed a new innovative parking management system (PMS) for its 5,000 non-public parking spaces. The new system makes it easy for administrators to control everything from a distance at the touch of a button, and allows for the automatic opening of the barriers once cameras have scanned a license plate, as well as automatic invoicing.

Orlando International Airport Parking Prices Are Going Up
September 5, 2018
Planning to park at Orlando International Airport? Prepare to spend more.

Paid Airport Parking Is About ‘When,’ Not ‘Whether’
September 4, 2018
Fourth Ward city councilman Ian Thomas has more or less led the discussion in favor of levying a small daily charge for auto parking at Columbia Regional Airport. He argues free airport parking is an anomaly and the city budget could benefit from the additional revenue, particularly as partial funding for handicap access to the deficit ridden public transit system.

GSP Adds Services To Airport Parking, Adjusts Prices
September 4, 2018
New services will be offered at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport to make parking a little easier.

Long-Term Parking Rates At El Paso International Airport Increase
September 3, 2018
Local jet-setters can now expect to pay a little extra on their next trip before they even walk inside the airport.

Airport Officials Plan To Resume Time-Bound Parking System
August 28, 2018
The Lohegaon airport officials are contemplating to resume the time-bound parking system to streamline the traffic flow at the overcrowded facility.

John Glenn Airport Rethinking Car-Rental Facility Plan Given Rise Of Uber, Other Services
August 27, 2018
Uber, Lyft and other car services are prompting John Glenn Columbus International Airport to rethink the need for a new rental car facility that was scheduled to break ground this fall. plans for the new rental car facility and new terminal are being delayed while more money is spent on studies and construction.

Waterloo Completes Airport Parking Upgrade
August 27, 2018
City officials said new Parking Access and Revenue Control System technology has been installed, including ticket dispensers, pay stations and exit equipment.

North Attleboro Company Installs Charging Stations At T.F. Green
August 23, 2018
This spring, Northern Lights Electric installed 16 charging units at the Red Beam Parking Garage at T.F. Green International Airport in Warwick, the first such units at the airport.

Fewer People Parking At Airport, May Affect Plans For Parking Ramp
August 22, 2018
The Sioux Falls Regional Airport may temporarily put the brakes on a proposed multi-million dollar parking ramp.

Redmond Airport Gets $5.2 Million Expansion Grant
August 22, 2018
Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., announced Wednesday that the Redmond Municipal Airport will get a $5.2 million federal grant to boost airplane parking capacity and make other improvements.

Parking Deck, Expanded Concourse, More Gates Eyed By Chattanooga Airport Plan
August 20, 2018
Within reach of a half-million passenger boardings by year's end, Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport officials are looking at meeting future parking needs by building a deck near the terminal.

Tech Upgrades For Autonomous Vehicles To Aid Foxconn Are Part Of Widening Plans For I-94
September 24, 2018
The massive $496 million reconstruction of the I-94 North-South freeway that widens the road from three lanes to four in each direction is being built with infrastructure for an altogether different motoring experience. Vehicles that handle some of the duties of driving.

Airports Use Parking Lot Loyalty Programs and Discounts to Compete Against Uber and Lyft
September 23, 2018
Loyalty programs, half-off sales and even free coffee. These are some of the measures airport executives are considering to encourage travelers to park in their lots and garages, as ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft have surged in popularity.

LAX Debuts New Signage for Rideshare Apps Aiming to Be Industry Standard
September 22, 2018
Los Angeles International Airport announced Friday that visitors will now have more help finding app-based ride services with new signage it hopes will become the industry standard at airports across the country.

First Autonomous Shuttle Will Start Driving Around Columbus
September 19, 2018
The first self-driving shuttles in Ohio will hit the streets in Columbus this week. May Mobility, a Michigan-based start-up, will operate the shuttles as part of an initiative announced in July by Smart Columbus and DriveOhio.

Future Robo-Taxis Could Charge Themselves And Help Balance The Electric Grid
September 18, 2018
Wireless startup WiTricity wants cars to power up without human help and feed utilities energy during peak demand.

Uber To Invest $150M In Toronto AV Program Expansion, New Engineering Hub
September 17, 2018
Uber announced it's opening an engineering hub in Toronto as part of a five-year, $150 million investment plan, reports Bloomberg and others. It is also expanding its autonomous vehicle (AV) development capabilities in the city.

California Becomes The First State To Regulate Environmental Impact Of Ridesharing Companies
September 17, 2018
California became the first state in the nation to regulate the transportation pollution produced by the surge in popularity of ridesharing on Thursday evening, as Gov. Brown signed SB 1014, a bill requiring transportation network companies (TNCs) to account for, and reduce, the greenhouse gas emissions of their operations.

Self-Driving Cars Can Handle Neither Rain nor Sleet nor Snow
September 17, 2018
As things stand today, the driverless car of the future can’t handle more than a dusting of snow. It’s a known problem in the field, and vaguely embarrassing when the end result is supposed to be robots sophisticated enough to navigate the uncertainties of traffic and improve on lackluster human perception.

Here’s One Autonomous Vehicle That Seems To Be Making Some Headway: The Bus
September 17, 2018
Driverless buses continue to trend across America, as cities become more excited at the idea of autonomous-shuttling capabilities, but Vegas is leading the charge as the first to put them on public streets.

All of the Money Put Into Autonomous Vehicles Should Be Going to Fix Traffic and Parking
September 14, 2018
We have all been blinded by a futuristic vision where we sit, feet up, reading a magazine (or more than likely scrolling through our social media feeds) being whisked to our daily chores by an obedient, self-driving car. What could be more enjoyable? All of those stressful hours we spend behind a wheel replaced with quality time looking thoughtfully out a window at a trafficless cityscape where no one gets in an accident and everyone lives in perfect harmony.

Daimler and Bosch Jointly Premiere Automated Valet Parking In China
September 14, 2018
Daimler and Bosch have announced the successful premiere of their joint Automated Valet Parking pilot in Beijing. The technology, which debuted in the parking garage at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart in 2017, symbolizes a pioneering effort in infrastructure-supported driverless parking and marks the first pilot of its kind in China.

Uber Just Announced Plans To Spend $150 Million In Toronto On Engineering And Self-Driving Cars — And It's A Sign The Company Isn't Giving Up On Autonomous Vehicles
September 13, 2018
Uber Technologies is spending millions of dollars in Toronto to open an engineering hub and expand its self-driving car operations, the strongest indication yet that the company is not retreating from autonomous vehicle development despite recent setbacks.

Federal Standard on Autonomous Vehicle Technology is Needed, Rep. Latta Says
September 13, 2018
Congress needs to ensure autonomous vehicle technology operates under a national directive instead of a patchwork of guidelines from the states, a key House authorizer said Sept. 13.

At Philly Airport, Uber And Lyft Drivers Wait And Wait, Gambling On A Big Pay Day
September 13, 2018
Drivers for Uber or Lyft, spend hours waiting at Philadelphia International Airport in hope of one trip that will make the day's labors pay. Unlike cabs, which line up just outside the arrival terminals, ride-share vehicles — at times hundreds of them — are restricted to a parking lot just east of Terminal A.

If Self-Driving Cars Want To Transform Cities, They’ll Have To Figure Out Boston First
September 12, 2018
From narrow streets to double-parked vehicles to the so-called “Boston left,” self-driving cars have encountered a number of “novel roadway conditions” during the last two years of testing, as one self-driving car company eloquently described it.

Apple’s Autonomous Vehicle Fleet Swells 27% In Four Months
September 11, 2018
Apple keeps adding autonomous vehicles to its test fleet in California, boosting its ranks 27 percent since May, according to records from the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Daimler (DDAIF) to Introduce Twin-Purpose Autonomous Vehicle
September 11, 2018
Daimler AGDDAIF is making efforts to develop twin-purpose autonomous electric vehicle (EV) that can toggle between a passenger carrier and a delivery van.

San Francisco DA Announces Public Education Campaign To Enhance Safety For Rideshare Users
September 11, 2018
If you're worried about your safety when you get into an Uber or Lyft, San Francisco wants to help. San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon announced the Rideshare with Care Campaign Tuesday, a public education program to enhance safety for rideshare users.

How Far Can Driverless Cars Take Us?
September 11, 2018
Driverless cars and trucks—or autonomous vehicles (AV)—offer a tantalizing promise of safer and unclogged roadways. For now, though, these positive outcomes remain speculative. Even as companies start deploying driverless cars on America’s streets, no data exist yet on whether the vehicles are consistently safer than those with human drivers and, if so, under what circumstances.

Birmingham Impounding Rideshare Scooters
September 11, 2018
The city of Birmingham is impounding electric scooters that a rideshare company has left on sidewalks around the metro area as part of its business model.

GM's Plan to Test Autonomous Cars in New York City Seems to Have Gone up in Smoke
September 10, 2018
Just short of a year ago, General Motors garnered widespread national attention by announcing it planned to start testing autonomous cars on the busy streets of Manhattan in “early 2018.” But the automaker’s pilot has yet to launch, and no one is willing to publicly offer a detailed explanation for the delay.

House Republicans Call For Senate To Act On AV Legislation
September 7, 2018
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Energy & Commerce Committee criticized their U.S. Senate colleagues for not acting quickly enough on federal legislation for autonomous vehicles (AVs).

Volvo Has Autonomous Vehicle Safety Covered Like A Blanket
September 7, 2018
Leave it to Volvo to already be working on a patent for a solution that will keep passengers safe even as they sleep in their self-driving cars.

Uber Predicts It Will Offer More Rides On Electric Bicycles And Scooters Than Cars
September 6, 2018
Personal urban transportation, including one-person electric vehicles designed for cities, is a rapidly growing industry. Though cars are great multi-use vehicles for suburban and rural environments, commuters are now discovering that densely populated urban centers can be better served with smaller, purpose built transportation solutions such as electric bicycles and e-scooters.

City Launches Driverless Shuttle Pilot To Test Autonomous Vehicle Technology
September 6, 2018
Visitors to the Calgary Zoo and science centre won’t have to rely on a driver to hitch a ride between the two attractions this month, thanks to the arrival of the first autonomous vehicle in Western Canada.

Growing Ridesharing App Brings $64 Million To Houston In Its First Year
September 6, 2018
Since relaunching in Houston, Lyft has made a concerted effort to build strategic partnerships, improve driver experience and better Houstonians’ lives through transportation.

Rideshare App Exclusive To Women Coming To Charlotte
September 6, 2018
Creators of Safr say the app is a response to growing rideshare safety concerns, including a recent case where a Charlotte Uber driver reported being sexually assaulted by a passenger.

Why Ridesharing Companies May Be More Profitable Than Airlines, Or Maybe Not
September 6, 2018
Volvo recently unveiled their 360c concept self-driving car by highlighting the potential of autonomous vehicles to replace short-haul air travel.

WaveSense Raises $3 Million For Ground-Penetrating Radars That Help Autonomous Cars Navigate Roads
September 6, 2018
Most self-driving cars use a combination of cameras, lidar, and radar to navigate crowded city streets, rural roads, and long stretches of highway. But WaveSense, a Somerville, Massachusetts-based startup that launched publicly earlier this year, contends that they’re not good enough.

Fiat Chrysler Invests $30M In Autonomous Vehicle Testing Facility At Chelsea Proving Grounds
September 5, 2018
Fiat Chrysler says it's invested more than $30 million at its Chelsea Proving Grounds in southeastern Michigan to boost development and testing of autonomous vehicles and advanced safety technologies.

A Major Push To Use Blockchain To Link Autonomous Vehicle Development On Open-Source Network
September 5, 2018
In July the DAV Foundation took a big step forward by joining the non-profit consortium Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) which already has among its members automakers such as General Motors, Ford Motor Co., BMW and Groupe Renault along with major suppliers that include Bosch and Denso.

Accident Report Confirms Apple Still in Autonomous Car Race
September 4, 2018
An Apple Inc. self-driving car was rear-ended while merging onto an expressway near the company’s Silicon Valley headquarters this month, the company said in an accident report posted on Friday that confirmed the iPhone maker is still in the race to build autonomous vehicles.

MoGo Partners With Lyft Amid Race For Rideshare Customers In Detroit
September 4, 2018
MoGo and Lyft are joining forces to lure riders in an increasingly competitive transit landscape in downtown Detroit. The Detroit-based bike-sharing nonprofit and the San Francisco-based ridesharing giant launched a six-month pilot program to give MoGo riders Lyft discounts.

Micron Bets $3 Billion on Autonomous Vehicles
September 4, 2018
Micron is investing heavily in the U.S. to support its efforts in autonomous vehicles and the Internet of Things.

Lyft Partners With Red Rocks, Other Denver-Owned Venues As 'Official Rideshare Provider'
August 31, 2018
Lyft has struck a deal with the city of Denver, becoming "the official rideshare provider" of the Mile High City's arts and music venues.

Ride-Sharing App Focused on Women’s Safety Expands to DC
August 31, 2018
Safr, a new app focused on safer ride-sharing for women, will expand its network to the Washington, D.C. area this fall, following its launch in Boston last year, according to a press release from the company.

Is the Scooter Craze Heading Into a Wall?
August 31, 2018
Electric scooters have defied city ordinances, incited protests and caused serious injuries to riders and pedestrians alike. What's next? A lot more of it.

Duluth Councilor on Task Force to Create Statewide Ridesharing Legislation
August 30, 2018
Ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft have been in Duluth just over a year. In Duluth, there is a law that covers how ridesharing services operate. Now, there is a push to broaden such laws to the entire state.

Ridesharing Workers of Gig Economy: What Census Numbers Show
August 30, 2018
How big is the gig economy? The answer depends on how one defines “gig economy.” Because there is no broadly accepted definition and no straightforward way to classify workers or jobs as “gig” or “not gig,” this report will focus on one sector that has grown because of gig-enabling technologies: ridesharing.

How Do You Get People To Trust Autonomous Vehicles? This Company Is Giving Them ‘Virtual Eyes.’
August 29, 2018
One of the biggest challenges facing car companies developing driverless vehicles has little do with sophisticated robotics or laser technology. Instead, they must figure out how to engineer something far more amorphous but no less important: human trust, the kind that is communicated when human drivers and pedestrians make eye contact at a crosswalk.

Waymo’s Autonomous Cars Are Leaving Human Drivers Furious
August 28, 2018
Waymo’s autonomous cars may not be as advanced as widely believed, with insiders along with human drivers sharing the roads with the Alphabet company’s Arizona trial warning a reality-check is required.

Driverless Taxi Debuts In Tokyo In 'World First' Trial Ahead Of Olympics
August 28, 2018
A self-driving taxi has successfully taken paying passengers through the busy streets of Tokyo, raising the prospect that the service will be ready in time to ferry athletes and tourists between sports venues and the city centre during the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Toyota Investing $500 Million in Uber in Driverless-Car Pact
August 27, 2018
Toyota Motor Corp. is investing about $500 million in Uber Technologies Inc. as part of an agreement by the companies to work jointly on autonomous vehicles aimed at improving safety and lowering transportation costs.

John Glenn Airport Rethinking Car-Rental Facility Plan Given Rise Of Uber, Other Services
August 27, 2018
Uber, Lyft and other car services are prompting John Glenn Columbus International Airport to rethink the need for a new rental car facility that was scheduled to break ground this fall. plans for the new rental car facility and new terminal are being delayed while more money is spent on studies and construction.

Ford Releases Safety Assessment Report on Autonomous Vehicles
August 24, 2018
As Ford pursues its goal of developing a self-driving vehicle for deployment in 2021, the company released a report that outlines its approach to autonomous vehicle development.

Uber Debuts New Plan Designed To Make Ridesharing Easier, But Could Impact Bus Service
August 23, 2018
A ridehare company appears to be taking aim at capturing more of the bus market, but says the goal of new ridership plan is aimed at making shared rides easier.

Rideshare App Headed To SF Allows You To Select Driver's Gender
August 23, 2018
A new rideshare company is headed to San Francisco this fall with a specific target audience in mind. Safr's CEO says while anyone can use Safr's rideshare app, they expect to cater mostly to women who prefer female drivers.

Texas City Partners with Drive.ai to Bring Autonomous Shuttles into the Fold
August 23, 2018
The city council in Arlington, Texas, approved a deal with Drive.ai to operate autonomous shuttles near AT&T Stadium.

AAA Says It's Cheaper to Own a Car, Lyft Says Otherwise
August 22, 2018
It's a question that every person who needs to use a car to get around asks at some point: should I own a car or just use Uber and Lyft? AAA released a study this month saying ride-sharing is not a cost-effective replacement for vehicle ownership.

In One Texas City, You Can Soon Request an Autonomous Vehicle on Demand
August 22, 2018
Autonomous vehicles are coming to another Dallas suburb. The city of Arlington approved a one-year contract Aug. 21 with Silicon Valley-based Drive.ai to offer a new way for people get around its entertainment district, whether to Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys games, concerts at the stadiums or restaurants and bars.

Driverless-Car Legislation Is Unsafe at This Speed
August 22, 2018
Congress seeks to exempt autonomous vehicles from federal safety regulation. Not so fast.

Is Apple Making a Cool Car or Just Dabbling With the Tech?
August 22, 2018
Long rumored and finally acknowledged last year by CEO Tim Cook as “the mother of all AI projects,” Apple’s iCar mission — dubbed Project Titan — was given a boost last week when analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in an investor note that Apple would double its market cap to $2 trillion on the back of a “star product” car launch in just five years.

Too Many Ubers? Chicago Could Cap The Number Of Rideshare Vehicles
August 22, 2018
Chicago Tribune’s Mary Wisniewski talks about the give-and-take of ridesharing, and the aldermen who are proposing caps on rideshare vehicles.

Driverless Cars Haven't Arrived Instantaneously, But They're Well On Their Way
August 21, 2018
Yes, it's true: The promise of self-driving cars zooming around while their human operators doze off, read or watch movies is not quite here yet. But who said that had to happen right now or we've missed our chance at driverless vehicles forever? On Monday, The Outline published an article titled "The self-driving car that will never arrive," calling self-driving cars "delusional" and part of "our grossest capitalistic dreams."

ParkMobile Moves Into Autonomous Vehicle Transformation And Mobility
August 20, 2018
A year ago I interviewed Jon Ziglar on the growth of ParkMobile and his insistence on customer experience and revenue-driving partnerships. It’s amazing what a difference a year can make, due in large part to his commitment to those very things.

Did Ridesharing Kill the D.C. Metro? We Crunched The Numbers.
August 20, 2018
Other subway systems have managed to maintain or even gain riders since Uber and Lyft launched. Why is the D.C. Metro losing them?

Schaumburg Wrestles With Parking Problem As Entertainment District Pushes Ahead
September 24, 2018
Schaumburg officials are getting down to brass tacks on many of the more practical aspects of a long-discussed entertainment district around the Schaumburg Convention Center and its adjoining Renaissance Hotel, including road realignments, more land acquisition and -- perhaps most importantly -- a four- to six-level parking deck.

Tailgaters React To New Arrowhead Stadium Policy
September 23, 2018
As the season continues, security will ramp up enforcement of a policy the Chiefs implemented during the preseason that will require tailgaters to enter the stadium at kickoff or pack up and exit the parking lot.

Parking Lot Lease Deals At McCain: A Whole New Mall Game
September 23, 2018
Ask what's new in shopping malls, and you'll hear of a trend that isn't in the mall at all. It's on the parking lot outside. Companies like Dillard's Inc., J.C. Penney and Macy's are surveying their vast parking areas and seeing new opportunities for dining and entertainment venues.

How the Mercedes Automated Valet Parking Works
September 22, 2018
Ever since 2015, German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz and parts supplier Bosch have been working on an automated parking system aimed at providing accident and stress-free parking solutions for drivers.

Altria Begins Construction On New Building And Parking Deck Next To Its Henrico County Headquarters
September 21, 2018
Altria Group Inc. has started work on a two-year expansion and renovation of its Henrico County headquarters building. Henrico issued a permit for the parking deck this week. The plan calls for a 153,385-square-foot deck with 450 parking spaces. The deck would cost about $4.8 million, according to the permit.

MGM Is Worried About The Raiders’ Stadium Parking Plan
September 20, 2018
MGM Resorts International isn’t happy with the Oakland Raiders’ parking plan for the 65,000-seat indoor football stadium the team is building across Interstate 15 from Mandalay Bay and Luxor.

Cruise Gate Hamburg Offers Truck Parking on Non-Cruise Days
September 20, 2018
Cruise Gate Hamburg (CGH) is turning its parking area into a multi-use facility making spaces available for trucks on days without cruise ship calls. This will mean an additional 50 parking spaces for trucks – both long distance and hose serving the container terminals – the center of the port.

Valet Parking And Bar Service Awaits ... At UMKC Men’s Basketball Games
September 19, 2018
Valet service awaits at the club, the high-end restaurant … and UMKC men’s basketball games this season.

Burlingame Trims Hotel Parking Requirements
September 19, 2018
Officials OK allowing hoteliers to seek higher and better use for parking lots.

Talking Autonomous Valet Parking, Innovative Tolling And Manufacturer Mobility
September 19, 2018
In the Talking Transport podcast for Wednesday, SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton talks new ways of enforcement, automated valet parking, carmakers’ views on mobility and gets a Chinese perspective on connectivity.

The Truck Depot To Offer Parking In Washington State, Announces New VP of Marketing
September 17, 2018
Oregon-based commercial parking resource The Truck Depot announced earlier this month plans to increase secure parking for trucks across the state of Washington with the help of a new vice president of marketing.

FC Cincinnati Parking Garage In Limbo After Council Pushes Back On Land Giveaway
September 17, 2018
A parking garage that was supposed to serve FC Cincinnati's Major League Soccer Stadium in the West End might not be built as planned after Cincinnati City Council members balked at a taxpayer-subsidized deal to move a company out of the stadium's way.

Parking Rates To Jump At Convention Center And North Shore Garages And Some Lots
September 14, 2018
Parking rates at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Downtown and a garage and three surface lots on the North Shore are going up.

Daimler and Bosch Jointly Premiere Automated Valet Parking In China
September 14, 2018
Daimler and Bosch have announced the successful premiere of their joint Automated Valet Parking pilot in Beijing. The technology, which debuted in the parking garage at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart in 2017, symbolizes a pioneering effort in infrastructure-supported driverless parking and marks the first pilot of its kind in China.

Las Vegas Strip Parking Fees Not Hurting Visitation, Says Caesars CEO
September 13, 2018
Caesars Entertainment Corp. CEO Mark Frissora dismissed the notion Thursday that parking fees are keeping visitors away from the Strip.

City Of Midland To Crack Down On Commercial Parking
September 12, 2018
The City of Midland approved a new commercial parking ordinance starting October 1, in an effort to crack down on commercial trucks parking on private property.

Weymouth Steers For Parking Regulations Near Legion Field
September 11, 2018
Parked cars near Legion Field on both sides of Commercial Street are making it difficult for drivers to see pedestrians crossing the street to watch a sporting event, according to Mayor Robert Hedlund.

Nashville Parking Changes Hands for $54M
September 11, 2018
A joint venture between RBN Equities and Jadian Capital sold the 12-story asset, which contains more than 1,000 stalls and 37,000 square feet of retail and office space.

Melbourne’s North-Eastern Suburbs Will Soon Enjoy a Brand New Mall with a State-of-the-Art Parking System
September 11, 2018
Smart Parking have the hardware, equipment, software and know-how to install a state-of-the-art car park system in the new Mernda Junction Shopping Centre.

Parking Trucks On City Streets: Ordinance Revision Postponed Again
September 7, 2018
A Monroe Street resident told the Milford aldermen this week that commercial trucks parked outside of his home block his views, create a dangerous obstacle for bicyclists and show a disrespect for the community.

DropCar Provides Update on Consumer Self-Park Conversion
September 6, 2018
DropCar, Inc. (NASDAQ:DCAR), a leading provider of app-based mobility services and logistics for both automotive business providers and consumers, today provided an update on the progress of the conversion from its previous consumer-focused "STEVE" valet parking program to the higher-margin self-parking initiative with optional valet service.

Auburn City Council Approves Contract With New Valet Parking Company Downtown
September 5, 2018
With the motion approved, Auburn City Council moves forward with its one-year contract with a new valet parking service vendor.

Amazon's Prime Now Location In Houston To Get New Parking Lot
September 4, 2018
Amazon recently filed a $520,000 building permit for a new parking lot at one of its Prime Now facilities in Houston.

Commuters Question Parking Fee Increase At South Attleboro Train Station
September 4, 2018
The MBTA's updated parking fee structure went into effect September 1. It's the first parking rate change at MBTA lots in 10 years.

Two Cities Cracking Down On Truck Parking As The Shortage Continues
August 30, 2018
Finding parking for commercial trucks has been a problem for a long time. Federal law mandates the amount of time drivers can operate their vehicles without rest — and the nearest truck stop could be miles away. Drivers often park in retail parking lots or along the side of roads to take their breaks. Two cities, one in Kansas and one in Texas, have decided this is a serious problem for them and have initiated ways to put a stop to it.

Women To Take Care Of Valet Parking In Restaurants
August 29, 2018
The hospitality committee of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) announced a project to employ women to park cars of restaurant goers. Chairman of the committee Adil Mekki told Makkah Arabic daily on Tuesday that the project will end the problem of finding parking lots for cars near restaurants by constructing parking complexes in front of restaurants.

Trucker Path Study Says Parking Primary Cause Of Driver Stress; May Have Worsened In Some Respects
August 29, 2018
Professional truck drivers know all too well how being forced to park in unsafe areas because they’re out of hours can end in robbery, death or both. And, says a new parking study, parking availability has improved some, but not nearly enough. In some respects, it may have worsened.

Parking Proposal For Raiders Stadium Includes 4 Off-Site Locations, Including The Orleans
August 28, 2018
The long-awaited Las Vegas stadium parking plan includes up to 12,275 off-site parking spaces, according to county documents.

City Staff Offers Plan For Event Center Parking
August 28, 2018
The Rocky Mount City Council is circling the block on plans presented Monday afternoon to provide parking for the Rocky Mount Event Center.

Parking Plans Spark Debate Over Pentagon City’s PenPlace Development
August 28, 2018
Plans for a new parking lot at the large “PenPlace” development in Pentagon City are shaping up to cause a bit of friction between county staff and the project’s developer.

New Tailgate Policy Will Force Chiefs Fans Without Game Ticket To Leave Parking Lot
August 28, 2018
Big changes are coming to the Kansas City Chiefs tailgating policy, and it will affect thousands of fans who eat and drink in the Arrowhead Stadium parking lot on game days.

Texas City Partners with Drive.ai to Bring Autonomous Shuttles into the Fold
August 23, 2018
The city council in Arlington, Texas, approved a deal with Drive.ai to operate autonomous shuttles near AT&T Stadium.

New Valet Service At Publix Has Been Met With Enthusiasm
August 22, 2018
It would seem to be a service more fitting for a five-star restaurant. But Publix customers in Lakewood Ranch are being treated to valet parking in an experiment by the grocery store chain that seems to be working.

Free Valet Parking Services Return to BMH
August 21, 2018
Free valet parking service at Bingham Memorial Hospital has returned.

Free Three-Hour Car Parking Proposed For Orange City Centre
August 21, 2018
Shoppers are set to receive a boost with free parking at the Orange City Centre likely to be increased from two to three hours under a request before Orange City Council.

Electric Car Charging Station Opens In Downtown Oswego
September 23, 2018
The city of Oswego now has its own electric car charging station. Mayor William Barlow Jr. said the station, near City Hall at the West Second and Oneida Street intersection downtown, is the first in the city and is part of his pursuit of making Oswego a NYSERDA (New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) Clean Energy Community.

Popularity Of Electric Cars Fuels Austin Plan To Add Charging Stations
September 23, 2018
Austin Energy is doubling down on investment in electric infrastructure to help the city clean up its carbon footprint, and the latest reports show it might pay off in Travis County, which has seen an exponential jump in the number of electric vehicles on its roads in the past seven years.

This Week in the Future of Cars: Electric Start
September 23, 2018
Hark, the electric car! EVs have had a blockbuster half-decade, regulation-wise, with big countries like China and US giving the nascent tech a boost in pursuit of their own climate goals. So this week wasn’t so much a departure as an exciting continuation of a trend.

NY Offering $4k Rebates For Electric Car Charging Stations
September 19, 2018
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority is offering $4,000 rebates to employers, building owners, municipalities and non-profits to install so-called Level 2 charging stations. State officials say the rebates could cover up to 80 percent of an installation’s cost.

Amazon Is Going To Sell Electric Car Chargers With Installation As A Turn-Key Solution
September 19, 2018
Amazon sells pretty much everything and it already sells electric car home chargers, but now the company also wants to get involved in the installation process with a full “turn-key” solution – starting with the Audi e-tron quattro.

ChargePoint Pledges 2.5 Million EV Charging Spots By 2025
September 19, 2018
Chargepoint has just pledged a truly massive expansion of its global network of electric vehicle charging stations—promising an impressive 2.5 million charging spots by 2025 as part of its pledge to the Global Climate Action Summit.

Future Robo-Taxis Could Charge Themselves And Help Balance The Electric Grid
September 18, 2018
Wireless startup WiTricity wants cars to power up without human help and feed utilities energy during peak demand.

Strong Growth Expected in EV Charging Stations
September 17, 2018
Electric vehicle charging continues to surge, a move that will only hasten the adoption of electric cars. ChargePoint, which manages a network of EV charging locations worldwide, has pledged to build out 2.5 million public charging ports by 2025, with roughly half of those in North America and half in Europe.

Porsche Unveils Fast, Low-Cost 'Pit Stop' EV Charging Stations
September 17, 2018
The modular design could bring quick charging stations to more places.

Strong Growth Expected in EV Charging Stations
September 17, 2018
Companies like ChargePoint and Tritium announce plans to expand and develop more charging infrastructure, which could boost the adoption of electric vehicles.

LA's Teaming up With Other Cities to Get Cheaper EVs
September 11, 2018
Los Angeles announced today it is teamed up with 30 US cities total to collectively work for better deals on electric cars (18 of them have committed to purchases already as 'founding cities').

Pacific Power Adding Klamath Falls Electric Car Charging Station
September 11, 2018
Pacific Power said Monday it is adding to the thrum of National Drive Electric Week (Sept. 8-16) by taking steps to expand the network of charging stations that will be needed as the number of electric cars in Oregon moves toward the state’s goal of 50,000 electric cars on the road by 2020.

Swiss Give Green Light For More Electric Car Charging Stations
September 11, 2018
Companies providing electric charging stations for e-cars have been given the green light to build facilities at motorway rest stops in Switzerland. The Federal Roads Office decision has opened up 159 such locations for recharging facilities in addition to those already present at service stations.

LL Bean Home To Biggest Car-Charging Station In Maine
September 10, 2018
Maine-based L.L. Bean has doubled the number of electric car charging stations, making it the largest charging station in the state.

CNU Adds Region's First On-Campus Electric Car Charging Station
September 10, 2018
The Class of 2018 may have graduated from Christopher Newport University in May, but its 1,244 members are still making an impact on campus. A two-nozzle electric vehicle charging station was unveiled Thursday on the first floor of the parking deck behind the Ferguson Center for the Arts.

Mercedes' First Full-Electric Vehicle Is One Of Many Aimed At Challenging Tesla
September 10, 2018
Mercedes-Benz last week unveiled its first full- electric vehicle, the EQC, in Stockholm. The compact crossover is expected to go on sale in the U.S. in 2020 and will be the first of a fleet of 10 full-electric EQ-branded vehicles.

National Drive Electric Week 2018 Kicks Off
September 7, 2018
The annual National Drive Electric Week will occur this weekend with electric-car rallies and events in at least 300 cities across the U.S. and several more in Canada and New Zealand.

car2go Expands to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
September 7, 2018
Good news for those traveling between Amsterdam city and Schiphol: car2go is expanding its carsharing service to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol by opening dedicated parking spots for electric cars of car2go.

Nissan, EVgo Complete EV Fast-Charge Corridor Between Boston, DC
September 6, 2018
The more EV chargers there are on the road, the more likely people are to eschew range anxiety and consider an electric car. That's why it's a good thing that Nissan and EVgo just completed a fast-charging corridor between two major cities on the eastern seaboard.

There’s a Plug-Free Way to Fill the World With Electric Vehicles
September 4, 2018
The wireless-charging startup Hevo is developing a solution for cities where it could be too crowded to charge cars.

Tesla, General Motors Reps Headed To Town To Back Maryland Electric Vehicle
September 4, 2018
A $104.7 million proposal by Maryland's biggest utility companies to support a state network of charging stations will be the subject of a two-day hearing this week in Baltimore.

New Electric Car Charging Points To Be Installed At Five Wrexham Car Parks Next Month
August 31, 2018
Ten new charging points for electric cars are set to be installed and ready for use by the end of September. Plans for the charging points were unveiled by Wrexham Council in March this year, with executive board members unanimously voting in favour of progressing with the project and moving to reduce the county borough’s carbon footprint.

Menlo Park Council Plugs Into Ordinance To Boost EV Charging Stations
August 30, 2018
With a goal of decreasing greenhouse gas emissions by promoting local use of electric vehicles, the Menlo Park City Council voted 4-0, with Catherine Carlton absent, on Aug. 28 to give its first round of approval to an ordinance that would standardize the type, quality and quantity of electric vehicle charging infrastructure that must be installed in future commercial and residential projects.

Electronic Charging Stations Headed For Downtown Shreveport
August 29, 2018
New charging stations for electric vehicle owners could be coming soon to downtown Shreveport. Tesla has already added charging stations in the city like the one near St. Vincent Mall, but SWEPCO wants to jump in and add some downtown.

Study Identifies Distinct Groups Interested In Types Of Electric Vehicles
August 28, 2018
Drivers considering plug-in hybrid vehicles with a gasoline backup are most interested in economic benefits while those gravitating toward battery-electric vehicles have stronger environmental concerns, according to a study led by a University of Kansas transportation policy scholar.

New York City to Test Lamp-Post Car Charging
August 24, 2018
New York City selected the company ubitricity to develop a pilot project to allow electric vehicles the ability to plug into a streetlamp for recharging.

North Attleboro Company Installs Charging Stations At T.F. Green
August 23, 2018
This spring, Northern Lights Electric installed 16 charging units at the Red Beam Parking Garage at T.F. Green International Airport in Warwick, the first such units at the airport.

Things to Consider Before We Go Full Steam on Electric Vehicles
August 22, 2018
The recent announcement by the Trump administration to freeze fuel standards for cars and light trucks was met with discouragement by environmentalists and progressives, who believe that it was a major blow to slowing the pace of climate change. Essentially, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision means that by 2025, instead of an automaker’s fleet average being around 45 miles per gallon (mpg), they will stick around 37 mpg, the 2020 requirement.

The Cents and Sensibility of Electric Cars
August 21, 2018
This week, when air pollution in the South Sound is worse than some of the world’s most populated cities like Beijing and Delhi, talk of electric vehicles, touted as the clean air solution, is most welcome.

Mount Sinai Park Gets Electric Car Charging Stations As Part Of Town Project
August 21, 2018
Owners of electric and hybrid vehicles soon will have another place to charge their cars. Brookhaven Town has installed two charging stations at Heritage Park in Mount Sinai as part of a plan to encourage the use of alternative energy sources.

Counteracting the EPA’s Tilt Away from Electric Vehicles
August 20, 2018
Electric vehicles have taken off in the US. In 2017, electric vehicle sales surged by 25%. In contrast, overall vehicle sales dropped by nearly 2%. But now the Trump Administration has formally proposed several actions that would slow down electric vehicle adoption. Fortunately states have tools to fight back.

Board Of Governors Approves Lease To WVU Hospitals For Additional Parking
September 23, 2018
The WVU Board of Governors met Friday morning and discussed a range of topics including new parking for WVU Hospitals and Health Sciences, continuing construction of the WVU Children’s Hospital and changes to BOG policies.

Altru Asks For Gravel Parking Lot Near Sertoma Park
September 19, 2018
Altru Health System has asked the city of Grand Forks for permission to set up a gravel parking lot for staff to use during construction of the new hospital.

New Maine Medical Center Employee Parking Garage Gets City’s OK
September 11, 2018
The new garage will hold up to 2,450 cars and will allow the hospital to demolish its current parking structure at the corner of Gilman and Congress streets, which in turn will be replaced by new hospital rooms.

Scrap Hospital Parking Charges, PM Is Told: Campaigners Call On Theresa May To End ‘Stealth Tax On The Sick’
September 11, 2018
The Prime Minister has come under pressure to abolish hospital parking charges amid a growing backlash from the public. A petition calling for a ban signed by more than 26,000 people has been handed to Downing Street.

Parking At WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital To Be Affected By Football Games
September 4, 2018
Patient and visitor parking at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, including WVU Medicine Children’s, the Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center, and the Ruby Memorial Emergency Department, will be altered six times during the upcoming months for WVU Football games at Milan Puskar Stadium. All vehicles must be removed from parking lots between the hospital and the stadium by midnight prior to Saturday game days.

Changes Are Being Made To Parking At Colchester Hospital
September 4, 2018
Automated Number Plate Recognition, upgraded payment machines and new exit barriers will replace the current barrier parking and ticket system.

Parking Lot Shuttle Starts Tuesday At Penn Highlands DuBois
September 3, 2018
Patients and visitors to Penn Highlands DuBois West can get a ride from the main hospital parking lot to the front door starting Tuesday morning.

Parking Garage For Proposed Utica Hospital Lands Design Firm
September 1, 2018
A Utica design firm has been selected to draw up the plans for a new parking garage proposed as part of the ongoing downtown hospital project. MARCH Associates Architects & Planners was chosen out of four firms that applied, said Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr.

All NHS Hospital Car Parking Charges Scrapped In Wales
September 1, 2018
Parking at all NHS hospitals in Wales is now free - a decade after the Welsh Government first announced the policy.

Hospitals Have Compassionate Car Parking Discounts But Who Qualifies?
August 24, 2018
Struggling patients and their families are not being told about compassionate hospital parking policies, a health advocate says.

Council Adopts Wait-And-See Attitude Toward On-Street Parking Issues At Penticton Hospital
August 22, 2018
The city’s transportation committee wants to get a dialogue going between City Council and Interior Health to discuss parking congestion at Penticton Regional Hospital.

Free Valet Parking Services Return to BMH
August 21, 2018
Free valet parking service at Bingham Memorial Hospital has returned.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital: New Lot, Restrictions Expected to Ease Parking Woes
August 21, 2018
Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s will open a 700-space employee parking lot on East Livingston Avenue and some surrounding neighborhoods receive much-desired permit-parking restrictions.

Sthaler Launches Fingopay for NHS Trust Parking
August 20, 2018
Biometrics payments and ID verification business Sthaler has partnered with CP Plus, a UK car park provider, to develop parking technology that will increase security for ID verification and payment authentication at hospital parking sites.

The University of The Bahamas Students Outraged Over Limited Parking
September 24, 2018
Students at The University of The Bahamas (UB) are irate over, what many call a shortage of parking spaces allocated to them. Many are questioning the mandatory $50 annual fee for parking – regardless if they have a vehicle or not.

Half Of Councils Have Problem Parking Areas, Survey Suggests
September 24, 2018
Over half of UK local authorities have parking problem areas and a third are experiencing an increase in illegal parking, a survey conducted for mobile payments specialist Passport suggests.

When Innovation Helps Ease Parking Woes
September 22, 2018
A developer in Penang recently installed the latest technology to overcome some of the parking woes on the island. Menara M Summit in the busy Magazine Road is believed to be the first in the country to implement the “comb type” tower mechanical car park.

Heathrow Airport To Pay Fine For Restricting Competition On Parking Prices
September 19, 2018
London Heathrow Airport will have to pay a fine of £1.6m for limiting competition on parking prices in a lease with a hotel operator at Terminal 5.

Talking Autonomous Valet Parking, Innovative Tolling And Manufacturer Mobility
September 19, 2018
In the Talking Transport podcast for Wednesday, SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton talks new ways of enforcement, automated valet parking, carmakers’ views on mobility and gets a Chinese perspective on connectivity.

Will Flying Cars Take Off? Japan's Government Hopes So
September 18, 2018
Electric drones booked through smartphones pick people up from office rooftops, shortening travel time by hours, reducing the need for parking and clearing smog from the air. This vision of the future is driving the Japanese government’s “flying car” project.

Uber To Invest $150M In Toronto AV Program Expansion, New Engineering Hub
September 17, 2018
Uber announced it's opening an engineering hub in Toronto as part of a five-year, $150 million investment plan, reports Bloomberg and others. It is also expanding its autonomous vehicle (AV) development capabilities in the city.

Inner City Residents Fed Up With Calgary Drivers Dodging Parking Tickets
September 17, 2018
The Calgary Parking Authority wants people to know it’s watching for people getting sneaky when it comes to dodging parking tickets. Some drivers are now covering up their licence plates to avoid getting a ticket from the camera cars patrolling city streets.

Car Parking Charge Increase In Flintshire Fails To Deliver Expected Income
September 17, 2018
A Controversial set of parking charge increases are failing to deliver the expected income, it has been revealed. A raft of price hikes were introduced at car parks in Buckley, Connah’s Quay, Flint, Holywell, Mold, Queensferry and Shotton in May after being approved by Flintshire Council’s cabinet.

Smart Parking Complete New UK CEO Hire
September 17, 2018
Smart Parking announced that its Group CEO, Paul Gillespie has appointed Nigel Coltman as UK Chief Executive Officer. Nigel will assume the role with Smart Parking UK on 1 October, coming from his previous post at NSL Ltd, the leading UK parking service provider for UK Government.

Daimler and Bosch Jointly Premiere Automated Valet Parking In China
September 14, 2018
Daimler and Bosch have announced the successful premiere of their joint Automated Valet Parking pilot in Beijing. The technology, which debuted in the parking garage at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart in 2017, symbolizes a pioneering effort in infrastructure-supported driverless parking and marks the first pilot of its kind in China.

Dublin's Colour Coded Luggage Tags To Remind Motorists Where They Parked
September 11, 2018
A not insignificant 4,000 customers of Dublin Airport’s long-term car parks forgot where they had parked their car last year and needed help to find their vehicle.

Scrap Hospital Parking Charges, PM Is Told: Campaigners Call On Theresa May To End ‘Stealth Tax On The Sick’
September 11, 2018
The Prime Minister has come under pressure to abolish hospital parking charges amid a growing backlash from the public. A petition calling for a ban signed by more than 26,000 people has been handed to Downing Street.

Swiss Give Green Light For More Electric Car Charging Stations
September 11, 2018
Companies providing electric charging stations for e-cars have been given the green light to build facilities at motorway rest stops in Switzerland. The Federal Roads Office decision has opened up 159 such locations for recharging facilities in addition to those already present at service stations.

Melbourne’s North-Eastern Suburbs Will Soon Enjoy a Brand New Mall with a State-of-the-Art Parking System
September 11, 2018
Smart Parking have the hardware, equipment, software and know-how to install a state-of-the-art car park system in the new Mernda Junction Shopping Centre.

Paris-Beauvais Airport Renews Contract With ParkCloud
September 10, 2018
Paris-Beauvais Airport in France has renewed its contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud, after a four-year partnership.

car2go Expands to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
September 7, 2018
Good news for those traveling between Amsterdam city and Schiphol: car2go is expanding its carsharing service to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol by opening dedicated parking spots for electric cars of car2go.

How Smart Should a City Be? Toronto Is Finding Out
September 7, 2018
A data-driven “neighborhood of the future” masterminded by a Google corporate sibling, the Quayside project could be a milestone in digital-age city-building. But after a year of scandal in Silicon Valley, questions about privacy and security remain.

City Launches Driverless Shuttle Pilot To Test Autonomous Vehicle Technology
September 6, 2018
Visitors to the Calgary Zoo and science centre won’t have to rely on a driver to hitch a ride between the two attractions this month, thanks to the arrival of the first autonomous vehicle in Western Canada.

Smartphones, App, To Replace Meters In New Downtown Sudbury Parking Strategy
September 6, 2018
Sudbury's parking meters were a first in Canada but now they're on their way out.

City Will Continue Crack Down On Illegal Parking At Windsor Schools
September 5, 2018
With students back at school — the City of Windsor will continue to crack down on illegal parking around schools by parents dropping off or picking up their kids.

Changes Are Being Made To Parking At Colchester Hospital
September 4, 2018
Automated Number Plate Recognition, upgraded payment machines and new exit barriers will replace the current barrier parking and ticket system.

How Can Community-Based Mobile Apps Improve Britain's Smart Cities?
September 4, 2018
Finlay Clark, UK country manager at Waze, the traffic and navigation app, speaks ahead of The Telegraph Britain's Smart Cities Conference in London on 19 September

All NHS Hospital Car Parking Charges Scrapped In Wales
September 1, 2018
Parking at all NHS hospitals in Wales is now free - a decade after the Welsh Government first announced the policy.

New Electric Car Charging Points To Be Installed At Five Wrexham Car Parks Next Month
August 31, 2018
Ten new charging points for electric cars are set to be installed and ready for use by the end of September. Plans for the charging points were unveiled by Wrexham Council in March this year, with executive board members unanimously voting in favour of progressing with the project and moving to reduce the county borough’s carbon footprint.

Women To Take Care Of Valet Parking In Restaurants
August 29, 2018
The hospitality committee of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) announced a project to employ women to park cars of restaurant goers. Chairman of the committee Adil Mekki told Makkah Arabic daily on Tuesday that the project will end the problem of finding parking lots for cars near restaurants by constructing parking complexes in front of restaurants.

Waterloo Aims To Reduce Parking, To Get People Out Of Cars
August 28, 2018
The city proposes to let new tech offices in the downtown slash parking by more than half, requiring spaces for just 28 per cent of employees.

Ottawa Real-Time Traffic Map Shows Parking Spots Up For Grabs In 5 Lots
August 28, 2018
It’s no secret that finding an empty parking spot can sometimes be a rough ride in downtown Ottawa – but the city’s online traffic map can now let you know in real time what your prospects are like in its five parkades.

Airport Officials Plan To Resume Time-Bound Parking System
August 28, 2018
The Lohegaon airport officials are contemplating to resume the time-bound parking system to streamline the traffic flow at the overcrowded facility.

Driverless Taxi Debuts In Tokyo In 'World First' Trial Ahead Of Olympics
August 28, 2018
A self-driving taxi has successfully taken paying passengers through the busy streets of Tokyo, raising the prospect that the service will be ready in time to ferry athletes and tourists between sports venues and the city centre during the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Public Transport – A Key Element Of Smart Cities
August 28, 2018
Today when India, through the Smart City project, plans to ease the ever-growing pressure of its burgeoning urban population on services, one of the key factors determining its success will be good mobility and transportation system.

License Plate Recognition To Help Parking Wardens Issue Fines
August 24, 2018
New technology in Auckland is about to make parking wardens‘ jobs a lot easier. Later this year Auckland Transport will start trialing cars with license plate recognition cameras onboard, similar to the technology police use, to issue some tickets.

City Parking Tickets Big Business For Private Companies
August 24, 2018
Parking tickets have long been a big moneymaker for the City of Ottawa, and now more private companies and public institutions are cashing in than ever before.

Hospitals Have Compassionate Car Parking Discounts But Who Qualifies?
August 24, 2018
Struggling patients and their families are not being told about compassionate hospital parking policies, a health advocate says.

A Smarter Way To Park With The Help Of Asset Finance
August 22, 2018
Several UK cities are looking to initiate smart projects and developments to improve the efficiency of local services, enhance sustainability and develop their competitiveness. Smart parking systems are one example of initiatives designed to improve the ‘liveability’ of a city, helping to attract business and talent to support economic and business growth.

Council Adopts Wait-And-See Attitude Toward On-Street Parking Issues At Penticton Hospital
August 22, 2018
The city’s transportation committee wants to get a dialogue going between City Council and Interior Health to discuss parking congestion at Penticton Regional Hospital.

North Lanarkshire Bringing Parking Wardens Back To Town Centres After Seven Years
August 22, 2018
Parking wardens are set to return to North Lanarkshire’s town centres next month. The re-introduction of wardens comes seven years after Police Scotland withdrew the traffic warden service.

‘More Turnover, Less Congestion’ – Wellington Mayor Defends Removing Free Weekend Parking
August 22, 2018
Wellington City’s mayor has defended the likely decision to take away free weekend parking in the capital, saying businesses were calling out for the change to make car parks available.

Free Three-Hour Car Parking Proposed For Orange City Centre
August 21, 2018
Shoppers are set to receive a boost with free parking at the Orange City Centre likely to be increased from two to three hours under a request before Orange City Council.

Sthaler Launches Fingopay for NHS Trust Parking
August 20, 2018
Biometrics payments and ID verification business Sthaler has partnered with CP Plus, a UK car park provider, to develop parking technology that will increase security for ID verification and payment authentication at hospital parking sites.

The Truck Depot To Offer Parking In Washington State, Announces New VP of Marketing
September 17, 2018
Oregon-based commercial parking resource The Truck Depot announced earlier this month plans to increase secure parking for trucks across the state of Washington with the help of a new vice president of marketing.

Smart Parking Complete New UK CEO Hire
September 17, 2018
Smart Parking announced that its Group CEO, Paul Gillespie has appointed Nigel Coltman as UK Chief Executive Officer. Nigel will assume the role with Smart Parking UK on 1 October, coming from his previous post at NSL Ltd, the leading UK parking service provider for UK Government.

Going Global: ParkWhiz Targets International Expansion After Raising $20M Series D
September 7, 2018
Parking technology company ParkWhiz announced today that it has raised a $20 million Series D. The round was led by NewSpring Capital, whose General Partner Glenn Rieger is joining the company’s board, and featured participation from existing investors Baird Capital, Jump Capital and Beringea.

AirportParkingReservations.com, Inc. Acquires Key Assets from Oversee.net
August 30, 2018
AirportParkingReservations.com, Inc. today announced that it has purchased key assets from Los Angeles, California-based technology company Oversee.net, bolstering its top-rated and industry-leading online platforms that help travelers find convenient and affordable airport parking in the U.S. and Canada.

ParkMobile Brings on Matt Ball as New CTO
August 20, 2018
ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the US, announced today the appointment of Matt Ball as CTO. In this role, Ball will be responsible for the IT organization as the company continues to scale and create the next generation of mobility solutions.

Downtown Permit Parking Rejected — Why CareSource Scares Neighbors
September 23, 2018
A proposal to create new permit parking in a residential part of downtown has been shot down by the Dayton Plan Board. The plan would have prohibited parking on Harries Street and Ice Avenue except for people who live in the neighborhood or allow guests and visitors to use placards they would receive.

Proposed Solution For Key West Parking Problems: Not More Spaces, But Fewer Cars
September 21, 2018
A group formed to advise Key West on resolving parking issues downtown says fewer cars, not more spaces, is the solution.

Thief River Falls City Council Approves Calendar Parking Changes
September 21, 2018
Snow hasn’t started falling yet, but the Thief River Falls City Council is getting ready for winter. At its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 18, the council approved amending the calendar parking ordinance.

Ocean City Inlet Parking Lot Revenue Down From Last Year
September 21, 2018
With millions of visitors driving into Ocean City each year, parking generates a significant amount of money for the town. But this year's inlet parking lot revenue was lower than town officials anticipated.

Timeline For Jackson’s Parking Meter Overhaul Revealed
September 20, 2018
By the end of next year, Jackson city leaders hope a new transportation system encouraging pedestrian-friendly spaces, bike paths and modern parking meters will draw more people into the Capital City. To do that, the city’s chief administrative officer, Robert Blaine, has tentatively planned a parking meter pilot project in Fondren by the end of February 2019.

New Parking Meters Come To Dedham Square
September 19, 2018
Some of the parking meters in Dedham Square will be used as part of a pilot program to study parking in the area.

Analysis: Impact of Paid Parking – A Look at the E Street Parking Lot
September 19, 2018
My observation has been that, at least during peak hours, the E Street Plaza paid parking lot is fairly full. However, after Dan Urazandi published his piece with different observations, it seemed like a good idea to go back to actual data which the city has graciously provided.

Parking Spaces To Become Public During Park(ing) Day Pontiac
September 19, 2018
Parking spaces in downtown Pontiac will be transformed into “parklets” on Friday, Sept. 21 for the second annual Park(ing) Day Pontiac. Taking place at the intersection of Saginaw Street and Pike Street and hosted by the Pontiac Holonomy Incubator, the open-source international event challenges residents to transform parking spaces in their city into temporary public spaces, according to parkingday.org.

Quincy Eyes Citywide Parking Permit Plan
September 18, 2018
The new policy would give neighborhoods the power to decide what restrictions work best for their streets.

Rehoboth Mulls Extending Parking Meter, Permit Season
September 17, 2018
In coming months, Rehoboth Beach commissioners will be considering proposals by the parking advisory committee to address growing competition for parking spaces.

Santa Barbara Planning Commission Votes to Require More Parking For AUD Housing Projects
September 17, 2018
Commission votes to require two off-street parking spaces for three-bedroom-or-more units, and to prohibit AUD projects from being converted to vacation rentals.

Leesburg Council Step Closer to Downtown Parking Changes
September 17, 2018
It’s becoming a bit clearer where the Town Council’s preferences lie when it comes to parking fixes in downtown Leesburg. Last week, the council, through a series of non-binding straw votes, showed support for policy changes to the town’s zoning ordinance.

Belmont Parking Problems Have No Easy Solution for Both Residents and Patrons
September 15, 2018
The issues regarding parking in Belmont will be on the agenda for the Charlottesville (Va.) City Council's meeting Monday. The Council will decide whether or not to designate the Belmont area as a parking zone, which would allow people living there to apply for future residential permit parking.

All of the Money Put Into Autonomous Vehicles Should Be Going to Fix Traffic and Parking
September 14, 2018
We have all been blinded by a futuristic vision where we sit, feet up, reading a magazine (or more than likely scrolling through our social media feeds) being whisked to our daily chores by an obedient, self-driving car. What could be more enjoyable? All of those stressful hours we spend behind a wheel replaced with quality time looking thoughtfully out a window at a trafficless cityscape where no one gets in an accident and everyone lives in perfect harmony.

Mount Dora Closer To Buying Land For More Parking
September 14, 2018
City Council members voted Thursday approve the purchase of three contiguous parcels of land in a residential area of the historic district for possible use as a surface parking lot.

New Parking System in Old Town Fairfax Will Help Boost Business
September 13, 2018
The city’s Economic Development Authority, in collaboration with its Economic Development Office and Transportation Division, is unveiling a new, state-of-the-art wayfinding signage program centered around the Old Town Fairfax parking garage. The system will immediately benefit the city’s small and large businesses alike.

New Apartments Near Freighthouse Loaded With Amenities, Light On Parking To Boost Transit
September 13, 2018
You can add two proposed developments near Freighthouse Station & Marketplace to Tacoma’s booming apartment construction scene. Both are so-called transit-oriented developments — high-density residential and commercial projects built near transit hubs.

Higher Costs, Tighter Rules Proposed For Parking
September 13, 2018
Indiana University students took issue with proposed changes to Bloomington's parking system Wednesday night that would keep Greek students from purchasing neighborhood parking permits.

Over-The-Rhine Parking Permit Would Cost $60 A Year
September 12, 2018
The cost and parameters of a proposed residential parking permit program in Over-the-Rhine are beginning to take shape.

City of Charleston Parking Garages Offering Free Parking Starting Today At 2 P.M. Through Duration Of The Storm
September 11, 2018
If you're evacuating today, but are planning to leave behind a car and are worried about rising floodwaters, the city of Charleston is stepping in to give you a place to stash your ride while you get the heck out.

City Council: Members Propose New Parking Regulations And Third Phase Of Bikeway Spur
September 11, 2018
Athens City Council met to propose new parking regulations at Monday’s meeting. The proposal would replace current parking meters with “Smart Parking Meters.”

Kalispell City Council Looks To Add Additional Downtown Parking
September 11, 2018
The City of Kalispell would like to bring more convenient parking to downtown. The city council was briefed with some possible ways to reconfigure the streets to provide more parking on Monday evening.

Is Hagerstown Poised To Keep Up With Future Parking Demands?
September 9, 2018
With a number of projects underway in downtown Hagerstown, city officials are figuring out if there will be enough parking to accommodate additional traffic and how to pay for a third parking deck. After drawing criticism, Hagerstown City Council members recently agreed to revisit an increase in the city's parking rates that took effect July 1.

Houston May Eliminate Some Mandatory Parking — A Big Step Toward a Transit Friendly City
September 7, 2018
Houston is poised to take a big step toward becoming a walkable city. The city Planning Commission is considering a proposal that would exempt two neighborhoods adjacent to downtown from off-street parking requirements.

Panel Votes To Eliminate Parking Requirements In Three Cincinnati Neighborhoods
September 7, 2018
Developers in three Cincinnati neighborhoods and small parts of two others would no longer have to meet minimum parking requirements under a measure approved by the Cincinnati Planning Commission on Friday that now heads to the City Council.

Santa Barbara Safe Parking Program Gains National Exposure
September 6, 2018
California's hidden homeless population was the focus of last night's Vice, which airs on HBO, shining a spotlight on a Santa Barbara program that provides a safe place to park for folks forced to live in their vehicles.

Keep Off The Grass: Church Looks For Ways To Comply To City Parking Ordinance
September 6, 2018
According to Tyler Stone, Richmond Planning and Zoning Clerk, Ashland Church, located at 700 South Keeneland, has been given until the January Board of Adjustments meeting to find a solution to their parking problem which left several cars utilizing a grassy area for their vehicles, so they were told during Wednesday's meeting.

Why Parking Spaces Are Being Turned Into Pop-Up Business Promotion
September 4, 2018
Ever heard of parking day? Parking Day is a collaborative effort between the Treasurer`s Office and several neighborhood organizations to find alternative uses for metered parking spaces for a day.

Hallowell Weighs Paid Parking Permits For Downtown
September 4, 2018
The City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday on a proposed paid overnight parking permit policy seeking to provide parking for downtown residents in off-street municipal lots.

Salinas City Council Adds Fines For Oversized Vehicle Ordinance
September 4, 2018
Salinas City Council added another piece of the oversized vehicle ban Tuesday by approving a tiered system of fines for vehicles parked in violation of the new ordinance.

Garages Added To Affordable Parking Program
August 31, 2018
The Downtown Austin Alliance announced that eight private parking garages will join the Affordable Parking Program to make more affordable parking available to downtown service-industry and hospitality workers.

Hartford Officials Seek Frugal Option for More Parking Spaces in WRJ
August 31, 2018
The Hartford Department of Public Works said it could add up to 45 unpaved parking spots for the public at the southern edge of the South Main Street municipal lot for $18,000, a far less costly option than a paved proposal.

Memphis City Council Considers Surface Parking Lot at Main and Beale
August 28, 2018
Memphis City Council members vote Tuesday, Aug. 28, on a special-use permit to turn the land on the northeast corner of South Main Street and Beale Street into a surface parking lot with landscaping.

Denver DPW To Paint Parking Spots For Dockless Vehicles
August 28, 2018
The City of Denver this week will begin painting dockless vehicle parking zones at bus and transit stops that are experiencing "heavy parking activity," according to Heather Burke, a Denver Public Works (DPW) spokesperson.

Parking Availability And Cost In Downtown Morgantown
August 24, 2018
Downtown Morgantown is always hustling and bustling, and now that students are back people have an even harder time finding parking. People find themselves digging through their pockets for change or risk getting a ticket. However, the Morgantown Parking Authority says they're not out to ticket people. They're simply controlling traffic flow.

Councilmember’s Field Office Will Offer Safe Parking For Homeless Residents
August 24, 2018
A parking lot for Councilmember Mike Bonin’s field office at the West LA Civic Center will be turned into a safe parking site for homeless Angelenos living in their cars.

Parking Issue Discussed By Development Committee
August 24, 2018
In light of the city’s recent and more vigorous enforcement of its two-hour parking limit in the central business district, and due to the subsequent feedback the city has received from displeased business owners, the Pontiac Community Development Committee discussed downtown parking at its meeting Thursday evening.

St. Pete Considers Longer Parking Hours On Bayshore To Make Room For Ferry Riders
August 24, 2018
The city of St. Petersburg is considering increasing parking limits along Bayshore Drive on the Vinoy Basin to accommodate Cross Bay Ferry passengers November through April as the service gets ready to launch later this year, according to the city’s Director of Parking and Transportation Management Evan Mory.

Greenwich Hires Parking Consultant
August 24, 2018
The town has announced an independent consultant is coming in to take a look at the Parking Services Department.

Street Parking Changes Likely Coming To East Lansing
August 24, 2018
It's move-in weekend for Michigan State University, which means parking is already at a premium now that school will begin shortly. But major changes could be coming to parking in chunks of East Lansing.

Mayoral Candidate Forum: How To Address The Disparate Racial And Economic Impact Of Chicago's Parking Ticket System On The African-American Community?
August 24, 2018
The severity of the financial penalties for these and other minor vehicular offenses persuade me that the city’s practices in this area are a regressive and even destructive means of generating revenue (more than $40 million a year related to tardy sticker renewals alone). What, if anything, do you think should be done about this?

Judge Blocks San Diego RV Parking Restriction
August 22, 2018
A federal judge has blocked San Diego from enforcing a municipal code outlawing living in vehicles, a win for disabled residents who have been ticketed and had their vehicles impounded because they are homeless.

Bridgeport’s Parking Meter Saga Could Be Seen Through A Political Lens
August 22, 2018
The city’s odyssey installing new parking meters downtown has not been great for Bridgeport’s business climate but has apparently provided work for the politically connected.

Transportation Expert: 'Sometimes It's Really Useful To Charge For Parking'
August 21, 2018
When you're in a rush, finding parking in downtown Wichita can sometimes be a hassle. There are three main types of parking: meter parking, pay lots and the most popular kind is free parking. But international transportation expert Jeffrey Tumlin told Wichitans Tuesday, sometimes paying for parking in areas like downtown is needed.

Could Wichita Be A Better City If We Charged More For Parking? Maybe So, Expert Says.
August 20, 2018
If Wichita charged more, and more intelligently, for parking, the city could be a better place, according to a national expert who will be speaking here Tuesday.

Denver’s Dwindling Parking Is In A Free Fall
August 20, 2018
The gears of growth in our state’s largest city are grinding on the nerves of those who try to go there to do business daily.

You Might Soon Have A New Way To Pay When You Park In Downtown Raleigh
August 20, 2018
Ever had to run out mid-lunch to feed the parking meter in downtown Raleigh? It may soon be a thing of the past. Drivers who park downtown may be able to pay for on-street parking through a mobile app, and they would be notified if they were about to run out of time on the meter.

Cleveland Heights Plans Refunds On Parking Ticket Overpayments
September 24, 2018
A little restitution from the city is in the offing for some of those old on-street parking tickets issued and accumulated over the past five years.

Free Parking Days Over
September 22, 2018
Maybe you got lucky in the past, parking without paying at metered spaces in Grand Junction's downtown yet evading a ticket. If so, your days of skating by likely are numbered.

Thief River Falls City Council Approves Calendar Parking Changes
September 21, 2018
Snow hasn’t started falling yet, but the Thief River Falls City Council is getting ready for winter. At its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 18, the council approved amending the calendar parking ordinance.

‘The Dreaded Double Park’: Officials Announce New Efforts To Address Center City Congestion
September 20, 2018
A new effort is underway to break up congestion in Center City. City officials announced they are joining forces with the Philadelphia Police Department and the Philadelphia Parking Authority for an enforcement blitz in two sections of Center City plagued by congestion.

Fewer Parking Tickets Being Issued In DC, AAA Mid-Atlantic Says
September 20, 2018
New data shows that D.C. is bringing in significantly less revenue from parking tickets. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, as of 2017, parking citations are down by a third compared to 2010, making for a $31 million decrease in revenue.

Aiming To Clear Up Confusion And Code Enforcement Snafus, Ogden Overhauling Parking Ordinance
September 20, 2018
After years of confusion in the interpretation and enforcement of the corresponding code, Ogden City is conducting a major overhaul of its residential parking ordinance.

New Tech Keeps Tabs On Parking Violations In Winter Park
September 20, 2018
The Winter Park Police Department recently started using new technology to help them better enforce posted time parking spaces throughout downtown.

Talking Autonomous Valet Parking, Innovative Tolling And Manufacturer Mobility
September 19, 2018
In the Talking Transport podcast for Wednesday, SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton talks new ways of enforcement, automated valet parking, carmakers’ views on mobility and gets a Chinese perspective on connectivity.

Quincy Eyes Citywide Parking Permit Plan
September 18, 2018
The new policy would give neighborhoods the power to decide what restrictions work best for their streets.

Downtown Parking Changes Lead To Confusion And Tickets
September 17, 2018
In June, the City of Bakersfield added parking spots to a stretch of 18th street downtown. The spots are the first in the area to be back-in only, meaning if drivers pull in front first, they could receive a ticket.

Inner City Residents Fed Up With Calgary Drivers Dodging Parking Tickets
September 17, 2018
The Calgary Parking Authority wants people to know it’s watching for people getting sneaky when it comes to dodging parking tickets. Some drivers are now covering up their licence plates to avoid getting a ticket from the camera cars patrolling city streets.

Bozeman Responds To Complaints, Updates Disabled Parking Policies
September 16, 2018
After receiving complaints about Bozeman’s disabled parking downtown, the city of Bozeman’s parking commission has decided to update its policies.

Winter Park To Use New Technology To Nab Parking Scofflaws, Free Up Spaces For Other
September 14, 2018
As a way of freeing up parking spaces, parking enforcement officers on Oct. 1 will begin using new software and technology that will enable them to monitor the amount of time that a vehicle has been sitting at a spot, according to the Winter Park Police Department.

See How Much Detroit Parking Ticket Rates May Drop Under New Proposal
September 14, 2018
Detroit’s pricey parking ticket rates could soon be lowered under a new proposal that would also restore a significant early payment discount eliminated during the city’s municipal bankruptcy, the Free Press has learned.

24-Hour Parking Restrictions Near Wellington Airport Could Be Extended
September 13, 2018
A parking scheme designed to solve a stoush between Miramar residents and Wellington Airport travellers is being hailed a partial success and could be extended.

City Of Midland To Crack Down On Commercial Parking
September 12, 2018
The City of Midland approved a new commercial parking ordinance starting October 1, in an effort to crack down on commercial trucks parking on private property.

Supervisors Hear About Potential Parking Options At County Office Buildings
September 12, 2018
Albemarle County supervisors on Wednesday heard about three paths they could take since enacting parking restrictions as part of recent emergency declarations.

Weymouth Steers For Parking Regulations Near Legion Field
September 11, 2018
Parked cars near Legion Field on both sides of Commercial Street are making it difficult for drivers to see pedestrians crossing the street to watch a sporting event, according to Mayor Robert Hedlund.

City Council: Members Propose New Parking Regulations And Third Phase Of Bikeway Spur
September 11, 2018
Athens City Council met to propose new parking regulations at Monday’s meeting. The proposal would replace current parking meters with “Smart Parking Meters.”

City Owed $1.8 Million In Unpaid Parking Tickets
September 10, 2018
City officials in Des Moines said Monday that anyone with unpaid parking tickets must make their payment by October 12. All tickets left unpaid for 120 days will be over to a collection agency after that date. The city said there are $1.8 million in unpaid parking violations that are 120 days delinquent or more.

Paradise Valley Parking Ordinance Addresses Dust Issues
September 10, 2018
It looks like a simple zoning ordinance that has to do with parking, but in Paradise Valley, looks can be deceiving.

Panel Votes To Eliminate Parking Requirements In Three Cincinnati Neighborhoods
September 7, 2018
Developers in three Cincinnati neighborhoods and small parts of two others would no longer have to meet minimum parking requirements under a measure approved by the Cincinnati Planning Commission on Friday that now heads to the City Council.

New Parking Regulations Making Big Impact
September 6, 2018
Even during the summer, it was at times difficult to find parking downtown during lunch hours. Now, just over two weeks since the city's new downtown parking regulations went into effect, there is ample parking available during the week.

Keep Off The Grass: Church Looks For Ways To Comply To City Parking Ordinance
September 6, 2018
According to Tyler Stone, Richmond Planning and Zoning Clerk, Ashland Church, located at 700 South Keeneland, has been given until the January Board of Adjustments meeting to find a solution to their parking problem which left several cars utilizing a grassy area for their vehicles, so they were told during Wednesday's meeting.

Rapid City Parking Meter Update
September 6, 2018
At the end of July, three brands of smart parking meters where installed at various locations in downtown Rapid. The goal? To provide a more user friendly way for people to pay for parking. Thursday, the city hosted a public meeting to talk with the community on how these meters are working out.

Santa Barbara Safe Parking Program Gains National Exposure
September 6, 2018
California's hidden homeless population was the focus of last night's Vice, which airs on HBO, shining a spotlight on a Santa Barbara program that provides a safe place to park for folks forced to live in their vehicles.

Lewes Set To Replace All Parking Meters
September 5, 2018
All parking meters in downtown Lewes and parking kiosks citywide will likely be replaced before the next meter season begins in May. What will go in their place is still to be determined.

City Will Continue Crack Down On Illegal Parking At Windsor Schools
September 5, 2018
With students back at school — the City of Windsor will continue to crack down on illegal parking around schools by parents dropping off or picking up their kids.

Salinas City Council Adds Fines For Oversized Vehicle Ordinance
September 4, 2018
Salinas City Council added another piece of the oversized vehicle ban Tuesday by approving a tiered system of fines for vehicles parked in violation of the new ordinance.

Bowling Green Parking Ordinance Stalls
September 4, 2018
Bowling Green City Council on Monday voted to table legislation that would have increased the cost of per-hour parking in the city. A task force is expected to be created to further explore options to fund parking operations.

Farmington ‘Scofflaw’ Parking Fine Change Moves Forward
September 4, 2018
A Farmington parking ordinance amendment that would increase fines for “scofflaw” violators moved one step closer to approval Monday. If finalized at the city council’s next meeting, the new law would increase to $100 the penalty for four or more parking tickets. Officials first discussed the move at an August study session.

Downtown Napa Parking Demand Grows – But Ticketing Falls
September 1, 2018
Even as demand for parking has increased in the heart of Napa in the last four years, the number of citations for exceeding time limits has fallen off by more than half.

Helena Working on Upgrade to Parking Meters and Kiosks
August 31, 2018
Helena leaders are taking a step toward upgrading paid parking equipment downtown. The city has put out a bid for a company to provide new parking kiosks and so-called “smart” parking meters.

Dunedin Ends Downtown Paid Parking Program
August 31, 2018
City commissioners slammed the brakes on staff’s recommendation to enforce a time limit on visitors parking for free downtown and charge for parking in city-operated lots and garages.

Drivers Beware: DC To Tow Illegally Parked Cars In Popular Nightlife Area
August 29, 2018
The city is taking another step to discourage drivers from parking in the heart of a popular nightlife area.

All Parking Meters in Downtown Des Moines to Charge on Nights and Weekends
August 30, 2018
Get used to shelling out quarters, Des Moines. Starting Monday, all parking meters downtown will charge on evenings and weekends. It's the last of four phases the city used to implement longer meter hours — 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday — in the city's core.

Parking Restrictions Approved For Friendly Acres Neighborhood
August 27, 2018
Parking restrictions are coming to several streets in Redwood City’s Friendly Acres neighborhood — in part to reduce longterm parking by employees from nearby commercial areas.

City Parking Tickets Big Business For Private Companies
August 24, 2018
Parking tickets have long been a big moneymaker for the City of Ottawa, and now more private companies and public institutions are cashing in than ever before.

Parking Issue Discussed By Development Committee
August 24, 2018
In light of the city’s recent and more vigorous enforcement of its two-hour parking limit in the central business district, and due to the subsequent feedback the city has received from displeased business owners, the Pontiac Community Development Committee discussed downtown parking at its meeting Thursday evening.

Fees Capped For Drivers Parking Illegally In Austin
August 24, 2018
Drivers parking illegally in the City of Austin still face getting booted, but they will they will now pay lesser fines after a City Council vote.

Mayoral Candidate Forum: How To Address The Disparate Racial And Economic Impact Of Chicago's Parking Ticket System On The African-American Community?
August 24, 2018
The severity of the financial penalties for these and other minor vehicular offenses persuade me that the city’s practices in this area are a regressive and even destructive means of generating revenue (more than $40 million a year related to tardy sticker renewals alone). What, if anything, do you think should be done about this?

Judge Blocks San Diego RV Parking Restriction
August 22, 2018
A federal judge has blocked San Diego from enforcing a municipal code outlawing living in vehicles, a win for disabled residents who have been ticketed and had their vehicles impounded because they are homeless.

BMA Delays Decision On Parking Signs
August 22, 2018
Greeneville officials are delaying changes to downtown parking signs and seeking a state grant to fund the initial phase of downtown redevelopment.

Chillicothe City Council Reversing Position On Parking Tickets
August 21, 2018
Chillicothe City Council appears poised to reverse an earlier consensus regarding parking ticket enforcement, now leaning toward making tickets civil infractions rather than criminal.

San Luis Obispo, Calif., Automates Parking Enforcement
August 20, 2018
A new automated system that allows San Luis Obispo, Calif., officers to scan images of parked cars and their license plates while patrolling streets will make it easier to enforce parking laws and record parking data, according to city officials.

Maynard Free Parking Pilot To End Sept. 4
August 20, 2018
On Sept. 4, Maynard’s pilot program of allowing free parking at meters and testing a time-based enforcement model will end and regular use of meters will resume.

North Mankato Approves Stricter Parking Rules
August 20, 2018
The North Mankato City Council passed stricter off-street parking rules Monday night that now includes boats and recreational vehicles and mandates vehicles move at least 100 feet every 24 hours.

Ocean City Inlet Parking Lot Revenue Down From Last Year
September 21, 2018
With millions of visitors driving into Ocean City each year, parking generates a significant amount of money for the town. But this year's inlet parking lot revenue was lower than town officials anticipated.

A Better Way to Get New York’s Traffic Moving
September 19, 2018
The city can fight congestion and raise revenue through parking regulations.

Analysis: Impact of Paid Parking – A Look at the E Street Parking Lot
September 19, 2018
My observation has been that, at least during peak hours, the E Street Plaza paid parking lot is fairly full. However, after Dan Urazandi published his piece with different observations, it seemed like a good idea to go back to actual data which the city has graciously provided.

Should Bethlehem Raise Parking Meter Rates By 50 Percent?
September 19, 2018
Bethlehem officials are holding a public hearing Thursday evening on a proposal to increase parking meter rates to $1.50 an hour.

Discussion To Continue On Hagerstown Parking Rates
September 17, 2018
Hagerstown officials will continue discussions Tuesday about recent parking rate hikes that have drawn criticism from downtown stakeholders.

Car Parking Charge Increase In Flintshire Fails To Deliver Expected Income
September 17, 2018
A Controversial set of parking charge increases are failing to deliver the expected income, it has been revealed. A raft of price hikes were introduced at car parks in Buckley, Connah’s Quay, Flint, Holywell, Mold, Queensferry and Shotton in May after being approved by Flintshire Council’s cabinet.

Parking Rates To Jump At Convention Center And North Shore Garages And Some Lots
September 14, 2018
Parking rates at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Downtown and a garage and three surface lots on the North Shore are going up.

Milwaukee Could Raise Parking Meter Rates, Use Surge Pricing
September 13, 2018
Milwaukee could soon raise parking rates around the city, and move to a demand-based pricing model. The legislation passed the Public Safety and Health Committee four to zero Thursday. Estimates say the changes would add $1.9 million to the city's parking budget.

Las Vegas Strip Parking Fees Not Hurting Visitation, Says Caesars CEO
September 13, 2018
Caesars Entertainment Corp. CEO Mark Frissora dismissed the notion Thursday that parking fees are keeping visitors away from the Strip.

Miami Might Make Public Parking More Expensive Across City
September 12, 2018
Miami’s government might raise parking rates across the city for the first time since 2009, in some cases by as much as $1.50 per hour. The reason city administrators give for the hike is simple: The city needs more money.

Salem Changes Parking Rates Ahead Of October Influx Of Visitors
September 10, 2018
Officials will implement new parking rates beginning Sept. 22. The new rates at the Museum Place Garage and the South Harbor Garage go into effect just before the busy month of October, when visitors flock to Salem ahead of Halloween.

Public Hearing Scheduled On Parking Meter Rate Increase In Bethlehem
September 10, 2018
Bethlehem residents are invited to attend a public hearing on raising the parking meter rates in the city.

Is Hagerstown Poised To Keep Up With Future Parking Demands?
September 9, 2018
With a number of projects underway in downtown Hagerstown, city officials are figuring out if there will be enough parking to accommodate additional traffic and how to pay for a third parking deck. After drawing criticism, Hagerstown City Council members recently agreed to revisit an increase in the city's parking rates that took effect July 1.

Downtown Ames Business Owners Detail Fallout From Parking Increase
September 6, 2018
Frustrations over the effects of higher parking rates boiled over Thursday morning during a meeting between city representatives and downtown businesses that say the hike is driving customers away.

UMN Increases Parking Rates Around Campus
September 6, 2018
Some lots, meters and contract parking spots will see a cost increase in the coming months.

Parking Fee Hikes Spark Protest
September 5, 2018
As Mayor Martin Walsh cut the ribbon on UMass Boston’s first-ever dormitory building last week, students, faculty and staff protested against proposed parking fee hikes outside.

Commuters Question Parking Fee Increase At South Attleboro Train Station
September 4, 2018
The MBTA's updated parking fee structure went into effect September 1. It's the first parking rate change at MBTA lots in 10 years.

Parking Meter Rates Increase In Brooklyn, Rest Of Boroughs To Follow
September 4, 2018
The rate increases vary depending on the type of meter and location, per the Department of Transportation.

Long-Term Parking Rates At El Paso International Airport Increase
September 3, 2018
Local jet-setters can now expect to pay a little extra on their next trip before they even walk inside the airport.

New Dynamic Pricing Parking Meters Around West 7th In Fort Worth
August 31, 2018
This is the first weekend taht drivers will have to pay to park in about 250 spaces that until now didn’t cost a thing. Parking rates will start at $1 an hour from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day. The rate goes up to $2.50 an hour in the afternoon and evenings.

Parking Meters Are Coming To The Booming West 7th Street Area. What You Need To Know
August 28, 2018
The days of free street parking are coming to an end in the popular West 7th Street area.

MBTA Parking Rates Changing For First Time In Over 10 Years
August 27, 2018
Daily and monthly parking rates at MBTA stations will be changing, starting Saturday.

After Dispute, City To Raise Monthly Rates At Water Street Garage
August 26, 2018
Monthly parking rates at the Water Street Parking Garage downtown will increase effective Oct. 1, the city of Charlottesville announced in a letter to customers last week.

Midtown YWCA Hopes Parking Fee Solves Shortage Of Spots For Members
August 22, 2018
Free parkers crowded out members in south Minneapolis, so YWCA will install a gate and charge fees.

Schaumburg Wrestles With Parking Problem As Entertainment District Pushes Ahead
September 24, 2018
Schaumburg officials are getting down to brass tacks on many of the more practical aspects of a long-discussed entertainment district around the Schaumburg Convention Center and its adjoining Renaissance Hotel, including road realignments, more land acquisition and -- perhaps most importantly -- a four- to six-level parking deck.

When Innovation Helps Ease Parking Woes
September 22, 2018
A developer in Penang recently installed the latest technology to overcome some of the parking woes on the island. Menara M Summit in the busy Magazine Road is believed to be the first in the country to implement the “comb type” tower mechanical car park.

Altria Begins Construction On New Building And Parking Deck Next To Its Henrico County Headquarters
September 21, 2018
Altria Group Inc. has started work on a two-year expansion and renovation of its Henrico County headquarters building. Henrico issued a permit for the parking deck this week. The plan calls for a 153,385-square-foot deck with 450 parking spaces. The deck would cost about $4.8 million, according to the permit.

Plans For New Parking Garage, Hotel Combo In Downtown Roanoke Move Forward
September 18, 2018
Roanoke City Council members unanimously approved plans Monday to move forward with a project to build a combination parking garage and hotel downtown.

New Parking Garages Coming To Symphony Park Area
September 17, 2018
More parking is coming to the greater downtown Las Vegas area. Mayor Carolyn Goodman celebrated the start of construction on two new parking garages coming to Symphony Park. The project costs $33 million.

Continental On Collins Owners Score $42M Loan For New Retail, Parking Component
September 17, 2018
The owners of the Hampton Inn at the Continental on Collins (Miami) just scored a $41.9 million loan and will start building a new retail and parking component, records show.

Boston Parking Garages Are Becoming A Thing Of The City’s Past
September 17, 2018
The recent proposal to redevelop the Motor Mart Garage at 201 Stuart Street in downtown Boston—once the largest automobile garage on Earth—underscores just how far out of favor the conventional parking garage has fallen in Boston.

FC Cincinnati Parking Garage In Limbo After Council Pushes Back On Land Giveaway
September 17, 2018
A parking garage that was supposed to serve FC Cincinnati's Major League Soccer Stadium in the West End might not be built as planned after Cincinnati City Council members balked at a taxpayer-subsidized deal to move a company out of the stadium's way.

Yeager Receives $3.5M FAA Grant To Start Solar Energy Project
September 13, 2018
A $3.5 million discretionary grant from the Federal Aviation Administration has been authorized to pay for the first phase of a solar energy project at Charleston’s Yeager Airport. The grant, announced by airport officials on Thursday, will be used to build an array consisting of more than 1,800 solar modules atop the roof of one of the airport’s two parking buildings.

Mount Dora Closer To Buying Land For More Parking
September 14, 2018
City Council members voted Thursday approve the purchase of three contiguous parcels of land in a residential area of the historic district for possible use as a surface parking lot.

Worried About Your Car During Florence? Raleigh’s City-Owned Decks Will Be Free.
September 12, 2018
People who are worried about the safety of their cars during Hurricane Florence can park them for free in any one of four city parking decks downtown starting at noon Thursday.

Santa Cruz City Council Endorses Library-Parking Garage
September 12, 2018
A $37 million building with a library, parking garage and affordable housing is on the horizon for downtown Santa Cruz, taking up the parking lot where the farmers market operates.

Event Center Parking Ramp To Be Inspected
September 11, 2018
A Sioux Falls company has been hired to perform an in-depth inspection of the Huron Event Center parking ramp at the recommendation of city engineers.

Nashville Parking Changes Hands for $54M
September 11, 2018
A joint venture between RBN Equities and Jadian Capital sold the 12-story asset, which contains more than 1,000 stalls and 37,000 square feet of retail and office space.

Mercer Island Seeks Partner To Develop Commuter Parking And Mixed-Use Project
September 11, 2018
The city of Mercer Island is seeking innovative and capable property developers to design and build a development consisting of a city-owned commuter parking facility, and a mixed-use residential/commercial structure.

City Considering Plans To Develop Downtown Green Bay Parking Lot
September 10, 2018
The City of Green Bay is considering proposals to redevelop a downtown parking lot.

Green Parking Lots Becoming More Commonplace In Northwest Arkansas, Elsewhere
September 9, 2018
Environmentally friendly parking lots reduce the amount of sediment flowing to streams, which keeps pollutants out of drinking water, and drops the heat emanating from swaths of pavement, local and national experts say.

3 City Parking Ramps Targeted For Sale, Lease To Developers
September 7, 2018
Rochester city council will consider a plan promoted by Mayor Lovely Warren to sell three of Rochester's eight downtown parking ramps to downtown developers.

Bakersfield's Fry-Pan Parking Lots: Could Competition Bring More Shade?
September 6, 2018
Jim Lee cruised the Chester Avenue Food Maxx parking lot Thursday afternoon in search of one thing and one thing only: A shaded parking spot.

Place Ste-Foy Parking Garages Inspired By Nature and History of Site
September 5, 2018
For the exterior cladding on two outdoor parking garages at Place Ste-Foy in Quebec City, the firm Coarchitecture took inspiration from the history of the site.

Amazon's Prime Now Location In Houston To Get New Parking Lot
September 4, 2018
Amazon recently filed a $520,000 building permit for a new parking lot at one of its Prime Now facilities in Houston.

Medical Office Seeks Parking Expansion
September 5, 2018
A medical practice on Amherst Street wants to expand its parking lot into an area where it once planned to construct a second office building.

Phoenix To Use Bonds, Sales Tax To Fund New Parking Garage
September 3, 2018
The Phoenix City Council recently approved a plan that calls for the use of bonds and sales tax revenue to fund a new parking garage at Park Central Mall.

Parking Garage For Proposed Utica Hospital Lands Design Firm
September 1, 2018
A Utica design firm has been selected to draw up the plans for a new parking garage proposed as part of the ongoing downtown hospital project. MARCH Associates Architects & Planners was chosen out of four firms that applied, said Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr.

Metro Review Finds Hundreds Of Extra Parking Spaces
August 31, 2018
Metro found hundreds of parking spaces this summer that it did not know it had.

Hartford Officials Seek Frugal Option for More Parking Spaces in WRJ
August 31, 2018
The Hartford Department of Public Works said it could add up to 45 unpaved parking spots for the public at the southern edge of the South Main Street municipal lot for $18,000, a far less costly option than a paved proposal.

Mount Dora Oks Loan To Add Parking Downtown
August 30, 2018
Looking to solve the city’s parking woes in the downtown area, City Council members this week approved a loan of up to $4 million to address the issue.

State Street Parking Garage Work To Begin In September
August 30, 2018
The city of Knoxville is planning several lengthy renovations to one of its largest downtown parking garages as well as improvements to other garages in the area.

Developers Eye Two More City Parking Lots
August 30, 2018
A Northbrook-based firm is seeking to develop two city-owned parking lots in Evanston for residential use. The city's community development manager, Paul Zalmezak, says a broker representing Orange Properties has indicated they're open to partnering with the city to include additional public parking in the developments.

Town Puts It In Drive For More Parking
August 29, 2018
After years of discussion about using a state-owned lot on Cedar Street for parking, the town is moving forward with a $50,000 preliminary engineering project that could bring more than 100 parking spaces to downtown Brunswick.

County Runs Shuttle From Parking Garage To Same Parking Garage
August 28, 2018
A county-paid Dodge Caravan shuttles staff up and down a parking garage while one of the two elevators is being refurbished.

Lucca Ravioli Company Parking Lot On Sale For $3 Million
August 28, 2018
Lucca Ravioli Company has been serving salami sandwiches on the corner of 22nd and Valencia for 93 years. But soon, it may be serving up something else: housing. Its parking lot at 1120 Valencia Street, which is connected to piece of property that includes Lucca on the corner and a 15-unit apartment building at 22nd and Valencia Streets, is on sale for $2.995 million.

Ryan Cos. Says It's Up To Naperville City Council To Increase 5th Ave. Commuter Parking Spaces
August 28, 2018
Naperville residents and commuters can wait as long as 13 years to get a permit parking space at the Fifth Avenue train station.

Parking Plans Spark Debate Over Pentagon City’s PenPlace Development
August 28, 2018
Plans for a new parking lot at the large “PenPlace” development in Pentagon City are shaping up to cause a bit of friction between county staff and the project’s developer.

Memphis City Council Considers Surface Parking Lot at Main and Beale
August 28, 2018
Memphis City Council members vote Tuesday, Aug. 28, on a special-use permit to turn the land on the northeast corner of South Main Street and Beale Street into a surface parking lot with landscaping.

OUR VIEW: Require More Parking Lot Landscaping, And Don’t Let It Die
August 25, 2018
Bakersfield City Councilman Bruce Freeman, who for years headed Castle & Cooke’s local commercial and residential development efforts, wants to change the city’s image that in many locations is associated with unattractive landscaping and uninviting parking lots.

Montpelier Parking Garage Plans Get Nod From City Council
August 24, 2018
More parking could be coming to Montpelier after the City Council Wednesday gave preliminary approval to a $10 million, 345-spot parking garage.

Noblesville, Developer Partner On $24M Apartment/Parking Project
August 24, 2018
Fishers-based Rebar Development and the city of Noblesville are partnering on a $24.3 million mixed-use real estate project that would include construction of the city's first downtown apartment building in more than a century. The project also would provide Noblesville with its first-ever downtown parking garage.

Montpelier City Council To Review $10M Parking Garage Proposal
August 22, 2018
Officials in Montpelier are considering a partnership to help build a $10 million parking garage.

What’s In Seattle’s $130 Million Proposal To Increase Transportation Funding?
September 24, 2018
Seattle would boost its spending on streets, sidewalks and buses by nearly $130 million next year under Mayor Jenny Durkan’s new proposed budget. That’s more than a 25 percent increase over this year as the city rebuilds its aging roadways and tries to manage increasing traffic congestion.

Triplexes, Max Heights And Parking: What To Expect From A Revised Minneapolis 2040 Plan
September 18, 2018
Minneapolis planners are dialing back some proposals in their long-range plan for development that would have further diversified zoning options for housing and allowed for taller buildings in more parts of the city.

Town’s Growth Leads To Necessary Zoning Proposals
September 17, 2018
Gardner, Mass., Town Planning Director Steven Wallace has been busy formulating six zoning bylaw amendments for the fall Town Meeting in November. The bylaws included a provision for cluster housing, the banning of retail marijuana, regulations for industrial manufacturing of marijuana for retail sale, ground solar farm regulations, three lots of industrial land changed to residential, and standalone parking regulations for industrial and commercial business on individual lots.

Santa Barbara Planning Commission Votes to Require More Parking For AUD Housing Projects
September 17, 2018
Commission votes to require two off-street parking spaces for three-bedroom-or-more units, and to prohibit AUD projects from being converted to vacation rentals.

Paradise Valley Parking Ordinance Addresses Dust Issues
September 10, 2018
It looks like a simple zoning ordinance that has to do with parking, but in Paradise Valley, looks can be deceiving.

Owosso Officials Revise Parking Ordinance For Simpler Future Changes
September 5, 2018
The Owosso City Council Tuesday voted to revise its parking ordinance to allow officials to more easily change fines and fees in the future.

Hallowell Weighs Paid Parking Permits For Downtown
September 4, 2018
The City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday on a proposed paid overnight parking permit policy seeking to provide parking for downtown residents in off-street municipal lots.

Phoenix To Use Bonds, Sales Tax To Fund New Parking Garage
September 3, 2018
The Phoenix City Council recently approved a plan that calls for the use of bonds and sales tax revenue to fund a new parking garage at Park Central Mall.

Mayoral Candidate Forum: How To Address The Disparate Racial And Economic Impact Of Chicago's Parking Ticket System On The African-American Community?
August 24, 2018
The severity of the financial penalties for these and other minor vehicular offenses persuade me that the city’s practices in this area are a regressive and even destructive means of generating revenue (more than $40 million a year related to tardy sticker renewals alone). What, if anything, do you think should be done about this?

10 Smart Cities to Watch
September 24, 2018
With an ever growing and changing landscape of smart cities around the world, it is tough to select but a few. Nevertheless, these 10 smart cities are remarkable in their own way.

How Efficient Smart Cities Will Be Built On IoT Sensors
September 17, 2018
At MWC Americas 2018, TechRepublic spoke with Peter Linder, Head of 5G Marketing for North America with Ericsson about how IoT sensors will be key to creating efficiencies and improving services in tomorrow's smart cities.

People Must Be At The Centre Of Smart City Planning, Say Experts
September 14, 2018
Technology can transform cities, but planning should revolve around the lives of people in the cities, said panellists at a session on Designing Cities 4.0 at the World Economic Forum on Asean.

Moving Towards A Smart City
September 14, 2018
From e-payments to improving public transport, these are just some of the initiatives that will be covered in a new video series produced by The Business Times (BT).

How Smart Should a City Be? Toronto Is Finding Out
September 7, 2018
A data-driven “neighborhood of the future” masterminded by a Google corporate sibling, the Quayside project could be a milestone in digital-age city-building. But after a year of scandal in Silicon Valley, questions about privacy and security remain.

What Is A Smart City? How To Define A Smart City
September 5, 2018
Smart cities are being developed around the world, but what exactly makes a city smart?

How Can Community-Based Mobile Apps Improve Britain's Smart Cities?
September 4, 2018
Finlay Clark, UK country manager at Waze, the traffic and navigation app, speaks ahead of The Telegraph Britain's Smart Cities Conference in London on 19 September

A Look at the World’s Largest Smart Cities
September 4, 2018
A smart city is the ultimate in efficiency. Data and technology are used to boost economic development, improve the quality of life for those living in the city, and improve sustainability. The UK Department for Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS) defines this as, “A process rather than a static outcome,” so by this definition, smart cities are continually in a state of flux.

Connectivity Beacons Installed In Chicago To Aid Navigation
August 31, 2018
Chicago has partnered with navigation app Waze and parking space app SpotHero to ensure connectivity and navigation system capability in tunnels or multi-level street environments.

Under The Smart City Umbrella Changing The IoT Drives Greater Efficiency
August 31, 2018
Smart cities are evolving globally to deliver more efficient use of urban resources and to improve the life experience in populous urban landscapes.

DHS Issues $88M In Transit Security Grants
August 30, 2018
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has granted $88 million to transit agencies to prevent terrorism and boost resilience of transit infrastructure, with a heavy focus on rail systems.

Smart Cities May Stall, But Smarter Communities Are Surging
August 29, 2018
Although the smart cities magic has yet to materialize, a “smarter communities” movement is growing, and there is good work in it for construction.

Denver DPW To Paint Parking Spots For Dockless Vehicles
August 28, 2018
The City of Denver this week will begin painting dockless vehicle parking zones at bus and transit stops that are experiencing "heavy parking activity," according to Heather Burke, a Denver Public Works (DPW) spokesperson.

Public Transport – A Key Element Of Smart Cities
August 28, 2018
Today when India, through the Smart City project, plans to ease the ever-growing pressure of its burgeoning urban population on services, one of the key factors determining its success will be good mobility and transportation system.

End-To-End Security “A Must” For Smart City IoTs
August 28, 2018
More insights have been gained regarding the challenges around securing IoTs within smart cities, and how they can be overcome, by Information Age.

How Atlanta Is Transforming Itself Into One Of The Top Smart Cities In The World
August 22, 2018
As Atlanta transforms into a leading smart city, TechRepublic's Tonya Hall spoke with Metro Atlanta Camber's Cynthia Curry, director of IoT Ecosystem Expansion, who explains what local leaders targeted as the key areas for the changes.

One City's Path to Smart City Leadership
August 21, 2018
As San Jose has shown, it's as much about having the right people and organizational structures in place as it is about technology.

Study: Public More Aware, But More Apprehensive, of AVs
August 20, 2018
Although learning more about and understanding an emerging concept or product often leads to its greater adoption, the opposite appears to be the case with AVs. Consumers appear to be growing more apprehensive of the technology as they gain awareness of it.

The Importance of Building Smart Cities and the ‘Internet of Things’
August 20, 2018
Being connected to the wider world has never been easier as access to high speed broadband internet continues to expand and become widely available across the country.

Why Waymo Could Be a $50 Billion Revenue Opportunity for Alphabet
September 24, 2018
In a world where Google is no longer just Google, Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) has many current and future sources of revenues beyond search and advertising. The move toward self-driving cars is just one such source, but the opportunity looks massive.

U-Tron Autonomous Parking Paradigm
September 24, 2018
Unitronics, a leading provider of automated parking systems, unveiled U-tron, a new division dedicated to the first consumer-focused, app-controlled automated parking solutions.

When Innovation Helps Ease Parking Woes
September 22, 2018
A developer in Penang recently installed the latest technology to overcome some of the parking woes on the island. Menara M Summit in the busy Magazine Road is believed to be the first in the country to implement the “comb type” tower mechanical car park.

How the Mercedes Automated Valet Parking Works
September 22, 2018
Ever since 2015, German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz and parts supplier Bosch have been working on an automated parking system aimed at providing accident and stress-free parking solutions for drivers.

Navigation Beacon Collaboration Pays Off in Chicago
September 21, 2018
What started as a solution to help drivers find their parking location in downtown Chicago could be the answer to navigating other areas like multilevel highways, tunnels or possibly even areas removed from any hint of cell service.

New Tech Keeps Tabs On Parking Violations In Winter Park
September 20, 2018
The Winter Park Police Department recently started using new technology to help them better enforce posted time parking spaces throughout downtown.

New Parking Meters Come To Dedham Square
September 19, 2018
Some of the parking meters in Dedham Square will be used as part of a pilot program to study parking in the area.

Will Flying Cars Take Off? Japan's Government Hopes So
September 18, 2018
Electric drones booked through smartphones pick people up from office rooftops, shortening travel time by hours, reducing the need for parking and clearing smog from the air. This vision of the future is driving the Japanese government’s “flying car” project.

Pavemint's New Web App Makes Parking Easier for All Angelenos
September 17, 2018
LA's shared parking app, Pavemint, has officially launched their new web app, making it even easier for LA residents and visitors to reserve parking using their desktop or mobile browser.

Amazon Teams Up With Mapillary To Solve Urban Parking
September 14, 2018
Amazon's Rekognition and Swedish startup Mapillary have teamed up to utilize both of their technologies to help residents find parking spaces easier within congested urban areas.

Latest from the Lab: Parking Smarter with LoRaWAN
September 13, 2018
Last week, engineering firm Occam Technology Group and Syniverse advanced an intelligent parking solution at Syniverse’s headquarters in Tampa, Florida, signaling empty spaces using LoRa technology.

Melbourne’s North-Eastern Suburbs Will Soon Enjoy a Brand New Mall with a State-of-the-Art Parking System
September 11, 2018
Smart Parking have the hardware, equipment, software and know-how to install a state-of-the-art car park system in the new Mernda Junction Shopping Centre.

Forget Self-Drive Cars - Parking Sensors Top List Of Most Wanted Driver Aids
September 11, 2018
With the dash for new September registration plates underway, research commissioned by GoCompare Car Insurance reveals that the driver assist feature that most new car buyers will be after is… front and rear parking sensors.

Paris-Beauvais Airport Renews Contract With ParkCloud
September 10, 2018
Paris-Beauvais Airport in France has renewed its contract with online parking reservation provider ParkCloud, after a four-year partnership.

New App Shakes Up Gameday Parking In Tuscaloosa
September 7, 2018
A new app is creating a marketplace for gameday parking that connects sellers with those looking to buy. The Clutch! app uses technology to solve the current parking problems around Bryant Denny Stadium, according to the app's CEO Hunter Strickler.

T2 Systems Completes First Large Sale of Luke Cosmo Pay Stations
September 7, 2018
T2 will partner with SP Plus to install 40 Luke Cosmo units in the City of Tampa, and will continue updating Tampa’s entire fleet of multi-space pay stations over the next two years.

SpotHero Raises $10 Million To Hire Developers, Upgrade Its Parking Reservation Tech
September 6, 2018
SpotHero raised $10 million in funding from investors and plans to use the money to hire developers and reach more customers with its parking reservation service.

Smartphones, App, To Replace Meters In New Downtown Sudbury Parking Strategy
September 6, 2018
Sudbury's parking meters were a first in Canada but now they're on their way out.

ABM Chooses Inugo’s Frictionless Parking Solution for San Diego Parking Lots
September 6, 2018
Inugo, a universal parking solution provider, has announced that their frictionless parking technology will be used for ABM Industries’ 18 downtown parking lots in San Diego, California.

How Can Community-Based Mobile Apps Improve Britain's Smart Cities?
September 4, 2018
Finlay Clark, UK country manager at Waze, the traffic and navigation app, speaks ahead of The Telegraph Britain's Smart Cities Conference in London on 19 September

ParkMobile Hits the 10 million User Milestone and Named to the Inc. 5000
September 3, 2018
ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in North America, announced today that the company has surpassed the 10 million user milestone.

New Dynamic Pricing Parking Meters Around West 7th In Fort Worth
August 31, 2018
This is the first weekend taht drivers will have to pay to park in about 250 spaces that until now didn’t cost a thing. Parking rates will start at $1 an hour from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. each day. The rate goes up to $2.50 an hour in the afternoon and evenings.

Connectivity Beacons Installed In Chicago To Aid Navigation
August 31, 2018
Chicago has partnered with navigation app Waze and parking space app SpotHero to ensure connectivity and navigation system capability in tunnels or multi-level street environments.

New Parking System Means New Rules
August 30, 2018
Instead of requiring students and faculty to display physical parking permits in the windshields of their vehicle, Purdue’s new system, known as License Plate Recognition, streamlines the process by linking the purchased permit to the license plate itself.

SpotHero Is Getting Parking Garages Ready For Driverless Cars
August 30, 2018
The Chicago-based parking reservation service has helped usher parking garages into the digital age.

New Technology To Make Downtown Parking More Predictable, Easier To Pay
August 29, 2018
Downtown parking can be a time-consuming game of luck and chance, especially if you’re looking for a free spot on the street. So the City is bringing in a technology overhaul to help address it.

Ottawa Real-Time Traffic Map Shows Parking Spots Up For Grabs In 5 Lots
August 28, 2018
It’s no secret that finding an empty parking spot can sometimes be a rough ride in downtown Ottawa – but the city’s online traffic map can now let you know in real time what your prospects are like in its five parkades.

New App Takes Headache Out Of Bama Gameday Parking
August 27, 2018
We're on your side with an app that takes the pain out of parking. It's called Clutch!, and it's coming to Tuscaloosa for the first University of Alabama home football game.

License Plate Recognition To Help Parking Wardens Issue Fines
August 24, 2018
New technology in Auckland is about to make parking wardens‘ jobs a lot easier. Later this year Auckland Transport will start trialing cars with license plate recognition cameras onboard, similar to the technology police use, to issue some tickets.

Parking In Downtown Raleigh? There's An App For That
August 24, 2018
Changes are coming to the way people can pay to park in downtown Raleigh. The City of Raleigh announced Friday that it will launch the Passport Parking app this fall to allow drivers to purchase metered parking from their phones.

Smartphone Parking App Gets Traction in Erie, Pa.
August 24, 2018
An app that allows residents to pay remotely for parking across the city’s 1,800 spaces is seeing heavy adoption since it launched Aug. 9.

Texas City Partners with Drive.ai to Bring Autonomous Shuttles into the Fold
August 23, 2018
The city council in Arlington, Texas, approved a deal with Drive.ai to operate autonomous shuttles near AT&T Stadium.

A Smarter Way To Park With The Help Of Asset Finance
August 22, 2018
Several UK cities are looking to initiate smart projects and developments to improve the efficiency of local services, enhance sustainability and develop their competitiveness. Smart parking systems are one example of initiatives designed to improve the ‘liveability’ of a city, helping to attract business and talent to support economic and business growth.

Miami’s Most-Used Parking App Is Now Available In Spanish
August 20, 2018
For a region that is both car- and Hispanic-heavy, PayByPhone’s latest announcement will come as a relief: The parking app used throughout much of Miami-Dade is now available in Spanish.

Demand-Driven Parking Meters Coming To Fort Worth
August 20, 2018
(Video) It's the first parking program of it's kind in Texas.

Sthaler Launches Fingopay for NHS Trust Parking
August 20, 2018
Biometrics payments and ID verification business Sthaler has partnered with CP Plus, a UK car park provider, to develop parking technology that will increase security for ID verification and payment authentication at hospital parking sites.

You Might Soon Have A New Way To Pay When You Park In Downtown Raleigh
August 20, 2018
Ever had to run out mid-lunch to feed the parking meter in downtown Raleigh? It may soon be a thing of the past. Drivers who park downtown may be able to pay for on-street parking through a mobile app, and they would be notified if they were about to run out of time on the meter.

The University of The Bahamas Students Outraged Over Limited Parking
September 24, 2018
Students at The University of The Bahamas (UB) are irate over, what many call a shortage of parking spaces allocated to them. Many are questioning the mandatory $50 annual fee for parking – regardless if they have a vehicle or not.

Ohio State Closes Top Levels Of Two Parking Garages After Falls
September 19, 2018
Ohio State University has closed the top levels of two of its campus parking garages as it evaluates safety enhancements following the work of a mental-health task force.

Valet Parking And Bar Service Awaits ... At UMKC Men’s Basketball Games
September 19, 2018
Valet service awaits at the club, the high-end restaurant … and UMKC men’s basketball games this season.

Tarleton Expedites Parking Projects
September 17, 2018
Tarleton State University today received approval from The Texas A&M University System to bond $3.5 million to expedite projects originally planned for fall 2019. The funding enables the university to demolish more homes purchased close to the Stephenville campus and convert vacated properties into parking lots. In addition, almost the entire block south of Memorial Stadium will become a large parking lot.

Road Signs Matter; Parking Garage: The Law Still Applies
September 17, 2018
Changing tactics from enforcing to educating, the University of South Florida St. Petersburg Police Department will patrol the parking garage handing out flyers including safety tips and ruled for driving in it.

APSCUF Advocates For Student Parking Issues
September 17, 2018
As students and faculty members have probably noticed, Lawrence parking lot has been blocked off since the beginning of the Fall semester, cutting off once-available parking spots. Ensuing parking issues have come to a head because West Chester University has accepted more students, but has not created more parking spots.

Higher Costs, Tighter Rules Proposed For Parking
September 13, 2018
Indiana University students took issue with proposed changes to Bloomington's parking system Wednesday night that would keep Greek students from purchasing neighborhood parking permits.

Marquette University Campus Parking Waiting List Grows, On Campus Space Shortened
September 11, 2018
This year, the application to purchase parking permits opened on July 11 with a new tiered structure, but the spots sold out almost immediately. The waiting list for a parking spot on campus is over 100 people long.

CNU Adds Region's First On-Campus Electric Car Charging Station
September 10, 2018
The Class of 2018 may have graduated from Christopher Newport University in May, but its 1,244 members are still making an impact on campus. A two-nozzle electric vehicle charging station was unveiled Thursday on the first floor of the parking deck behind the Ferguson Center for the Arts.

No Parking, No Problem: Students Must Prepare For Future Of Transportation
September 6, 2018
While juggling classes, work and extracurriculars may be among students’ most daunting problems, parking might just top the list.

Western University Student Parking Permits Sold Out
September 6, 2018
Student parking permits are currently sold out just hours into the school year. This is the second consecutive year that permits have been frozen amid high demand.

U.Va. Holds Focus Groups For Input On Future Of Parking, Transportation
September 6, 2018
The University held several focus groups and an open house in Newcomb Hall and the Health System Education Resource Center Thursday to receive community input as it prepares to revise its Parking and Transportation Plan.

UMN Increases Parking Rates Around Campus
September 6, 2018
Some lots, meters and contract parking spots will see a cost increase in the coming months.

Permits Complicate Off-Campus Parking
September 5, 2018
Students, staff and those visiting campus have been met with trouble finding free, accessible parking in the neighborhood out the back gates. Students and staff that want to park on-campus during the year have to pay for parking daily or buy a parking permit for $357 per semester — an increase from $335 in 2015.

Parking Fee Hikes Spark Protest
September 5, 2018
As Mayor Martin Walsh cut the ribbon on UMass Boston’s first-ever dormitory building last week, students, faculty and staff protested against proposed parking fee hikes outside.

Parking At WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital To Be Affected By Football Games
September 4, 2018
Patient and visitor parking at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, including WVU Medicine Children’s, the Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center, and the Ruby Memorial Emergency Department, will be altered six times during the upcoming months for WVU Football games at Milan Puskar Stadium. All vehicles must be removed from parking lots between the hospital and the stadium by midnight prior to Saturday game days.

New Parking System Means New Rules
August 30, 2018
Instead of requiring students and faculty to display physical parking permits in the windshields of their vehicle, Purdue’s new system, known as License Plate Recognition, streamlines the process by linking the purchased permit to the license plate itself.

New Year, New Parking Policy
August 29, 2018
The Department of Parking and Transit Services has not only made several improvements to the Mississippi State University campus over the summer, but it also has significant plans for future projects.

UH Mānoa Proposes Parking Rate Hike To Improve Facilities And Services
August 28, 2018
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is proposing its first parking rate increase in eight years, and just the second in 20 years, to help make essential improvements to the aging parking facilities on campus.

New App Takes Headache Out Of Bama Gameday Parking
August 27, 2018
We're on your side with an app that takes the pain out of parking. It's called Clutch!, and it's coming to Tuscaloosa for the first University of Alabama home football game.

UA Transportation Services Reworks Parking
August 27, 2018
The University of Alabama’s Transportation Services established parking changes for each parking deck on campus in addition to unveiling the new Tutwiler Parking Deck and announcing construction for the newest deck, the Capstone Parking Deck.

What's Next for Overnight Parking Changes in State College?
August 27, 2018
Changes to overnight parking in State College will wait at least a few more weeks. At a special meeting on Monday, State College Borough Council failed to override Mayor Don Hahn's veto of the parking ordinance amendments, which would create an overnight permit system pilot project in the Highlands neighborhood.

New Public ADA Parking, Transit Enhancements Announced For MSU Football Games
August 24, 2018
To enhance parking and accessibility for Mississippi State football fans and guests with disabilities, MSU has added two public ADA parking lots that will be serviced by MSU Parking and Transit Services shuttle buses.

Street Parking Changes Likely Coming To East Lansing
August 24, 2018
It's move-in weekend for Michigan State University, which means parking is already at a premium now that school will begin shortly. But major changes could be coming to parking in chunks of East Lansing.

University Weighs Parking and Transportation Options for the Next 10 Years
August 23, 2018
The University of Virginia is planning for the next 10 years of parking and transportation on Grounds and seeking input from the UVA community.

Union Continues Campaign to Lower UGA Parking Fees
August 22, 2018
The United Campus Workers of Georgia, a union that started organizing at UGA in 2016, recently turned its attention to UGA’s parking practices. It’s calling for the university to implement a tiered system in which parking fees are based on a worker’s salary, with the lowest-paid workers paying the least.

University To Raise Parking Prices, Change Lot Privileges
August 22, 2018
Starting Aug. 1, students at Texas A&M University-San Antonio will pay $30 more for annual parking permits and will not be allowed to park in Lot 2. Faculty and staff, who will no longer park in Lot 3, will pay $40 more for academic year permits and $60 more for fiscal year permits. The university also will open a new department to oversee parking and transportation on campus.

Property Owners Near UA Can Now "Rent" Parking Spaces To Students
August 20, 2018
A new app-based service is seeking to upend the tight grip that the University of Arizona and Park Tucson have on campus-area parking by encouraging homeowners to “rent” spots to students.

"Parking Bears" Can Lead You Straight to a Parking Space at MSU
August 20, 2018
It's the beginning of the school year and an issue that may not be on every college student's mind but can have a big effect on their experience is parking. KOLR10 spoke to the Missouri State University Transportation Department about a new program the school is implementing this year to help students find parking.

As UCF Students Experience Parking Woes, School Suggests Remedies
August 20, 2018
It was back to school at University of Central Florida, which has an enrollment of around 67,000 students. Many students say finding a parking spot was a challenge.

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