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Arlington Eyes New ‘Demand-Based’ Parking Fee System
July 18, 2018
Arlington could someday start adjusting its on-street parking prices based on demand, though the county remains years away from moving to such a system.

No More Waiting Curbside: DFW Airport Announces Changes To Parking Rules
July 18, 2018
Starting in September, drivers waiting to pick up passengers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will have to keep it moving or find a spot in the parking garage, with the airport announcing an end to a policy that allowed cars to idle curbside for as long as needed.

What Ferndale Is Doing To Ease Traffic Issues, Parking Shortage
July 18, 2018
A new, free shuttle service is rolling into southeast Oakland County this September to help offset congestion and a parking shortage created by construction in downtown Ferndale.

Upgrading Road Markings For Autonomous Vehicle Sensors
July 18, 2018
One of the biggest issues facing the development of fully autonomous vehicles comes from perhaps not the most obvious source — the quality of road markings.

Play! A Modest Proposal For Siesta Beach Parking
July 18, 2018
It seems that 70 percent of islanders favored parking fees — so long as there is a method for residents to continue to receive free parking.

Expansion Cuts Into Kaweah Delta’s Hospital Parking
July 18, 2018
Kaweah Delta Medical Center’s expansion of its emergency department has not affected the work of nurses and doctors inside the hospital but last week construction began to affect parking for its patients.

Columbus Delays Short North Parking Changes
July 17, 2018
The city is moving back the implementation date for its Short North parking plan, from November to Jan. 22, 2019, because of potential delays installing license-plate readers that will be used to enforce the new rules and training city workers to use them.

Portland Selected As A Testing Ground For Self-Driving Car Technology
July 17, 2018
The city hopes its role in the pilot project to test software that maps local traffic rules and restrictions will help it attract companies developing autonomous vehicles.

Uber Lays Off 100 In Autonomous Vehicle ‘Rethink’
July 17, 2018
Uber has announced it is eliminating the position of autonomous vehicle operator and has laid off around 100 such jobs shortly after a fatal crash in Pittsburgh, according to reports.

Construction At Will Rogers World Airport Leads To Short-Term Parking Change
July 17, 2018
Airport officials in Oklahoma City are warning drivers about an upcoming change to hourly parking at Will Rogers World Airport.

Report: 15,000 Electric Cars Will Call Tampa Home By 2030
July 17, 2018
As more drivers choose to go electric, charging stations are getting crowded. According to a local study, the demand is expected to grow exponentially within the next 12 years.

Coral Gables Sees $325,000 Income From Centralized Valet Service
July 17, 2018
Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a three-year contract with Park One LLC to create a city-managed centralized valet system. The estimated annual revenue to the city is $325,000.

Electric Car Charging Stations Available In Dutchess County
July 17, 2018
In efforts of being environmentally friendly and reducing carbon emissions, Dutchess County has installed electric car charging stations for public use.

Downtown Baseball Stadium Parking A Work In Progress
July 16, 2018
The city of Fayetteville has begun collecting data and seeking public opinions during a downtown parking study. Input is being collected through stakeholder committee meetings, public forum opportunities and an electronic survey.

Airport Parking System Still Working Out Kinks
July 13, 2018
The new parking gates at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport continue to be a source of frustration for airport commissioners.

No More Waiting Curbside: DFW Airport Announces Changes To Parking Rules
July 18, 2018
Starting in September, drivers waiting to pick up passengers at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will have to keep it moving or find a spot in the parking garage, with the airport announcing an end to a policy that allowed cars to idle curbside for as long as needed.

Construction At Will Rogers World Airport Leads To Short-Term Parking Change
July 17, 2018
Airport officials in Oklahoma City are warning drivers about an upcoming change to hourly parking at Will Rogers World Airport.

All-Women Parking Fee Booth Reduces Hassles At Kolkata Airport
July 15, 2018
The parking hassles at the Kolkata airport has been largely put to rest with the introduction of women at the parking fee booth at the exit gate, airport officials said. For the Airports Authority of India (AAI), replacing male parking fee collectors with women did the trick.

Airport Parking System Still Working Out Kinks
July 13, 2018
The new parking gates at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport continue to be a source of frustration for airport commissioners.

When Will CVG’s Economy Parking Lot Open?
July 13, 2018
Last fall, as they raised parking prices across the board, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport officials pledged to open a new, economy lot with lower prices by the first quarter of 2018.

Car-Sharing Firm Says LAX And Enterprise Are Colluding To Keep It Out Of Airport
July 12, 2018
In the latest dispute over how to regulate the sharing economy, a peer-to-peer car-renting company filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, claiming the airport wants to impose the fees and permit requirements of a full-blown rental car company on the online firm.

Spokane Airport Adding 1,300-Space Parking Lot Due To High Capacity
July 11, 2018
The airport is in the process of building a new 12-acre parking lot with 1,300 spaces.

GSP Commissioners Approve Economy Parking Increase To Offset Shuttle Service
July 11, 2018
Parking in the economy lot at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will cost one dollar more beginning Oct. 1.

Parking Service Near Dayton Airport To Expand
July 6, 2018
Park-N-Go Airport Parking near the Dayton International Airport will expand its operations this summer.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Unveiled At Birmingham Airport
July 5, 2018
The next time you head to Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport, you may notice some changes inside the parking deck.

SLC Airport Adds 24 Charging Stations For Electric Cars
July 3, 2018
Salt Lake City International Airport has installed 24 new electric vehicle charging ports — which are free to use and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Killeen Council Takes No Action On Free Airport Parking
July 3, 2018
The Killeen City Council held its third round of discussions on amending complimentary parking fees at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport at its workshop Tuesday.

All The LAX Parking Lots Are Full And Your Flight Is In An Hour. Here's What To Do
June 29, 2018
Do you pray? Because that might help. Or check this tip sheet, which contains solutions to your airport parking problems, to be sure you’ll never find yourself in this situation again. We’ll tell you later about a last-ditch save.

Uber Snubs Airport, Enters Deal With Red Beam Garage
June 28, 2018
Ridesharing company giant Uber didn’t take long to find a new suitor to cash in on high traffic coming and going from T.F. Green Airport, as they have entered into an agreement with privately-owned Red Beam Garage, located just a short walk from the main terminal, earlier this week.

Ford Airport To Add 730 Parking Spaces Amid Record Passenger Numbers
June 27, 2018
As Michigan's second busiest airport continues to get even busier, parking spaces become fewer and fewer. To accommodate the rising number of passengers, Gerald R. Ford International Airport will add more than 700 parking spaces this fall.

ParkCloud To Offer Parking Reservation At Two Airports In Greece
June 27, 2018
Online parking reservation provider ParkCloud has started offering its services at Thessaloniki Airport and Kavala Airport in Greece.

San Diego Airport Parking System Helps You Land A Good Spot
June 26, 2018
A new, high-tech system will make it easier than ever to park at the San Diego International Airport.

Although New Orleans Airport Parking Is Tight During Summer, Relief Is En Route, Officials Say
June 26, 2018
It’s become as much a staple of summer in New Orleans as mosquitoes and sweat stains: the dreaded “lot full” sign at Louis Armstrong International Airport.

The Most Innovative Parking Structures From Around the World
June 24, 2018
Airport parking site Looking4.com has relaunched their award for the World’s Coolest Car Park, first published in 2013, that showcases some of the most innovative parking structures from around the world.

MSP Eyes Ways To Get Air Travelers To Park It
June 21, 2018
Travelers may be able to prebook parking online and choose from an array of options with different price tags: remote lot? rooftop? closest to the door?

Town Balks At Renting Its Parking To Airport
June 20, 2018
An agreement to let Jackson Hole Airport lease portions of the Milward Street parking garage for $50,000 annually stalled Monday when town councilors decided to take more time to examine whether the proposed arrangement would be the best use of the space.

Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport Considering Major Overhaul of Parking
June 19, 2018
The Metropolitan Airports Commission is considering a major overhaul of parking at Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport.

NREL Study Focuses On Growing Use And Impacts Of Ride-Hailing Services At Airports
June 13, 2018
In a new study, NREL researchers focused on the key observability aspects of new modes and the rate of shifts in mobility patterns across airports in the regions of San Francisco, Portland, Denver, and Kansas City—all US DOT Smart City Challenge finalists.

Oil Changes, Vehicle Detailing Coming To Saskatoon Airport
June 13, 2018
The recently released Airport Master Plan 2040 details a range of improvements to the airport to accommodate a growing Saskatoon population. Some of the improvements visitors will see this fall when new parking options are available: Valet, Standard, Express, and Jetset.

RDU Wants You To Try Its New Online Parking System And Share Your Thoughts
June 12, 2018
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is asking the public to help test its new and long-awaited system that lets people book and pay for parking at the airport online.

Parking Is The First Of Many Upgrades To Come At Fresno Yosemite International Airport
June 12, 2018
If you've ever had trouble finding a parking spot at the airport, you will be happy to know Fresno Yosemite International is making some changes.

Complimentary Parking Under Fire At Killeen Regional Airport
June 11, 2018
Free parking for certain veterans at the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport could be a thing of the past if the Killeen City Council decides to cut exempt parking in a move to shore up the airport’s flagging budget.

Parking Rate Increases At PDX Go Into Effect
June 11, 2018
Parking at Portland International Airport may now cost you more if you plan on leaving your car there for a day or longer.

Upgrading Road Markings For Autonomous Vehicle Sensors
July 18, 2018
One of the biggest issues facing the development of fully autonomous vehicles comes from perhaps not the most obvious source — the quality of road markings.

Portland Selected As A Testing Ground For Self-Driving Car Technology
July 17, 2018
The city hopes its role in the pilot project to test software that maps local traffic rules and restrictions will help it attract companies developing autonomous vehicles.

Uber Lays Off 100 In Autonomous Vehicle ‘Rethink’
July 17, 2018
Uber has announced it is eliminating the position of autonomous vehicle operator and has laid off around 100 such jobs shortly after a fatal crash in Pittsburgh, according to reports.

Lyft Looks To Create Human, Autonomous Hybrid Network In Ride-Sharing Space
July 14, 2018
The answers to many of the problems surrounding the introduction of autonomous vehicles may involve keeping human drivers on the road too, according to Lyft Vice President of Autonomous Vehicle Programs Nadeem Sheikh.

Home From the Honeymoon, the Self-Driving Car Industry Faces Reality
July 13, 2018
Eight years after Google first showed its self-driving car to The New York Times, the autonomous vehicle industry is still trying to figure out how to talk about itself.

Toyota Picks Hawaii For Its First App-Controlled Ridesharing Effort
July 11, 2018
Toyota is getting into the ridesharing game. The automaker is launching its first service in Honolulu, Hawaii. Called Hui, it will offer customers 50 vehicles at 25 stations spread throughout the city.

Self-Driving Cars Are Years Off, But Parking Garages Can Be Ready Now
July 10, 2018
Self-driving cars may be still be years away from taking over our roads, but parking garages can be ready to house them with today’s technology, says Mark Lawrence, co-founder and CEO of parking app SpotHero.

As Bike Shares Spread Coast To Coast, Cities Look To Seattle For Clues On How To Regulate The Industry
July 8, 2018
The Seattle Department of Transportation has spent months developing permanent rules for bike-share operations in the city. There's not really a model to go off of and other cities are looking to us.

Baidu Will Launch Its Autonomous Buses In Japan Next Year
July 4, 2018
Baidu’s self-driving buses could hit the road in Japan by early 2019, Bloomberg reports. And even sooner in a handful of Chinese cities, according to Engadget.

Rideshare Wars Go Two-Wheeled With Lyft’s Purchase Of Largest Bike Share Company In The Country
July 3, 2018
Lyft just purchased the direct competitor to Uber’s recent bikeshare investment

How Autonomous Vehicles Will Compound Electric-Car Benefits
July 2, 2018
A lot of ink has been spilled over self-driving cars lately—whether they'll work, how they work, and the potential for accidents. What hasn't been discussed as much is how autonomous vehicles could help the environment.

Road Rage: NYC Turns Parking Spots Into Car Share-Only Zones
July 1, 2018
In a city where parking spots can be as hard to come by as "Hamilton" tickets, residents are at odds over a new arrangement that's taking away hundreds of public spaces and doling them out to companies that rent out cars by the hour.

China Will Be In The Autonomous Vehicle Driver’s Seat If Senate Doesn’t Act
July 1, 2018
While Detroit and Silicon Valley race to design the car of the future, Europe and China are quietly gaining ground.

NYC Considers New Pay Rules For Rideshare App Drivers
July 2, 2018
The Taxi and Limousine Commission wants ride-hail apps like Uber to slow their roll and pay drivers more.

Ridesharing Now Available Statewide
July 1, 2018
Statewide ridesharing is in effect in Alabama. Anyone within the state now has the opportunity to use or work for RideShare companies, like Uber and Lyft, regardless of area or proximity to metropolitan areas.

Lobby Group Calls On Province To Adopt Rideshare Immediately
June 28, 2018
Affordability, commerce, safety and freedom of movement are all taking massive hits for every day that the Ubers and Lyfts of the world aren’t on B.C. streets.

The Nation's Top Highway Official Talks Self Driving Cars
June 28, 2018
Preparing for autonomous vehicles on American roads will mean more than getting used to being in a car without a steering wheel.

Austin, TX To Test Autonomous Transit Shuttles
June 27, 2018
The Austin, TX transit agency will begin testing autonomous shuttles as soon as next month, according to a press release and a presentation made to the Capital Metro board.

Uber Snubs Airport, Enters Deal With Red Beam Garage
June 28, 2018
Ridesharing company giant Uber didn’t take long to find a new suitor to cash in on high traffic coming and going from T.F. Green Airport, as they have entered into an agreement with privately-owned Red Beam Garage, located just a short walk from the main terminal, earlier this week.

As Self-Driving Future Nears, Parking Services Try to Keep Pace
June 27, 2018
Parking is gaining some glamour as the self-driving future nears. In fact, some of the recent disruptors of parking payments and related digital services might be facing the threat of being disrupted themselves — though it remains way too early to be certain.

Autonomous Vehicle Bill Signing
June 26, 2018
Governor Pete Ricketts signed a bill into law on Monday allowing autonomous vehicles to operate in Nebraska.

D.C. Council Approves Tax Hike On Uber, Lyft Rides As Part Of Plan To Fund Metro
June 26, 2018
The D.C. Council voted Tuesday unanimously to impose a 6 percent tax on ride shares.

Audi Partners With Israel's Autonomous Vehicle Simulation Startup Cognata
June 26, 2018
German carmaker Audi AG (NSUG.DE) has partnered with autonomous vehicle simulation platform provider Cognata Ltd to speed up the development of autonomous vehicles, the Israel-based startup said on Tuesday.

Autonomous Vehicles on the Map
June 25, 2018
An interactive look at autonomous vehicle projects and policies across the country as covered by Government Technology.

Honolulu Bills Aimed at Taxi, Ridesharing Companies
June 25, 2018
Officials in Honolulu, Hawaii are introducing two bills that would make regulations on traditional taxicab companies more in line with regulations on ridesharing companies.

Uber Tests New Price Structure for Mobile Payments Ridesharing Users
June 21, 2018
Convenience commonly comes with a cost; it’s important to a lot of people and it makes an excellent way to distinguish a firm in the market, so of course there’s a little extra money to be made for offering convenience. Does it work both ways, however? Is the less convenient option also the less costly? That’s a point that Uber’s looking to test out with a new pricing scheme currently in the works.

Ford's Autonomous Car Chief Eyes the Next 100 Years
June 18, 2018
The 115-year-old automaker is bringing a Silicon Valley ethos to Detroit (pizza delivery included). Sherif Marakby, VP of Autonomous Vehicles and Electrification, explains.

How CX Will Help Power Autonomous Vehicle Adoption
June 15, 2018
From self-driving cars to trunk deliveries, new technologies and innovations are becoming the driving force behind reinventing automotive brands. As the automotive industry continues to integrate new technology enhancements – pushing the boundaries of their brand – there’s ample opportunity to get customer experience (CX) right to attract and keep long term customers.

How GM Trains Human Drivers to Monitor Its Autonomous Cars
June 15, 2018
Cruise Automation, a self-driving unit of General Motors, is revealing new details about its training program for its human test drivers. Drivers undergo a month-long training session as well as in-car audits, incident response drills, and exams.

Eugene Seeks Public Comment On New Rideshare Policies
June 15, 2018
The City of Eugene wants to make it more appealing for rideshare companies to do business in the area, and they’re asking for the public’s feedback on their updated public passenger vehicle codes.

Do Uber's New Safety Features Make Ridesharing Safer?
June 15, 2018
Uber is the go-to ridesharing app for everyone from businessmen to women traveling alone to budget travelers. But from time to time, safety concerns pop up. This summer, Uber is addressing some of those concerns with several changes and updates to how the rideshare app functions.

Uber and Lyft Drivers Sign Petition Asking For Relief From Higher Gas Prices
June 15, 2018
With prices at the pump expected to rise 14 percent this summer, fuel prices “are hitting [drivers] hard”

NREL Study Focuses On Growing Use And Impacts Of Ride-Hailing Services At Airports
June 13, 2018
In a new study, NREL researchers focused on the key observability aspects of new modes and the rate of shifts in mobility patterns across airports in the regions of San Francisco, Portland, Denver, and Kansas City—all US DOT Smart City Challenge finalists.

Annapolis Firm To Bring First Automated Car Parking Lots To Columbia
June 11, 2018
All of the new parking garages being built in the Merriweather District will have STEER-designated spaces for people's partially-automated vehicles.

Record Number Of NYC Taxi Medallions Up For Auction
June 11, 2018
Call it the Uber effect: A record 139 New York City taxi medallions will be up for sale in bankruptcy auction this month as cab drivers continue to struggle to compete with ridesharing apps.

Autonomous Vehicle Testing to Experience Various Terrain, Weather Conditions in Ohio
June 11, 2018
Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich signed an executive order May 9 that will allow testing of autonomous vehicles on the state's roads, reported the Tribune Chronicle.

A Helping Hand For "Confused" Self-Driving Cars
June 11, 2018
Before long we won't need someone behind the wheel, but as we've seen, the computers that will be driving us around are not always going to know what do to – like in a construction zone. When that happens, the car is going to need a little help, and one small California startup says it has the answer when the car needs to "phone a friend."

As Baltimore Restaurants Vie For Customers, Parking Is A Crucial Consideration
July 18, 2018
As Baltimore's restaurants work to attract business amid a challenging market, many are turning to valet parking and other arrangements — sometimes paying thousands of dollars a month in a bid to bring in more guests.

Coral Gables Sees $325,000 Income From Centralized Valet Service
July 17, 2018
Coral Gables’ central business district will be seeing major changes to its valet parking. The city commission has voted to let the city negotiate a three-year contract with Park One LLC to create a city-managed centralized valet system. The estimated annual revenue to the city is $325,000.

Place Ste-Foy Inaugurates Its Second Parking Garage
July 13, 2018
Place Ste-Foy is pleased to announce the opening of its second parkade. A total of 1,500 parking spaces is now available in the two new structures. As well, valet parking will continue to be available to all Place Ste-Foy shoppers.

Publix Testing Free Valet Service At Lakeland Location
July 12, 2018
Valet parking is now available at the Publix supermarket at Lake Miriam Shopping Center, 4730 S. Florida Ave. The free service is available to all Publix customers of any age.

MGM Springfield Reveals That New 3,400 Space Parking Garage Will Be Free To Patrons And The Public
July 9, 2018
The MGM Springfield parking garage, nearing completion in the downtown-South End area, will be free of charge to casino patrons and the general public, according to MGM.

Mobile App For Parking Drives Revenue For Malls
July 9, 2018
With average mall vacancy rates inching up toward the double digits, shopping center owner-operators are looking for every chance to increase promotional opportunities, raise revenues and draw more customers. Parking apps like MyPark that make premium parking spaces available near mall entrances at a price are low-hanging fruit.

Uber and Lyft Are Forcing Southern California Parking Companies to Adapt or Die
July 7, 2018
The rapid rise of ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft has taken a big bite out of businesses that rely on people who need to park their cars. Now they’re facing a choice: keep dwindling, or innovate.

Shopping Malls Want To Make You Pay For Prime Parking Spots
July 4, 2018
Malls across the country, having lost millions of customers to online rivals, hope to win shoppers back with a rather odd marketing plan: pay for parking.

MassLive Building In Downtown Springfield To Offer Valet Parking Starting Monday
June 29, 2018
The MassLive Building, formerly known as One Financial Plaza, will offer valet parking to tenants and guests starting Monday.

Valet Service Eliminates Hassle of Finding Parking
June 29, 2018
“Whatever we can do to make it easier for people to come down and enjoy the downtown, we’re willing to do,” said Ocala Main Street Program Director Joe Reichel.

Burlingame Examines Hotel Parking Rules
June 29, 2018
With travelers trading in their rental cars for ride sharing services and airport shuttles, hoteliers lining the Burlingame Bayfront are finding their expansive parking lots left largely vacant are wondering whether there is a better use for the available space.

Trying To Avoid Parking Chaos? The Greene Now Offers Valet Service
June 28, 2018
The Greene Town Center has added a new valet service at the popular shopping destination to allow customer to avoid long walks.

Commericial Parking Lot Fees Reconsidered
June 28, 2018
Parking is a hot topic in Revere, especially when it comes to commercial parking lots. On June 19, the License Commission held a public hearing to discuss parking lot fees, something they visited back in April when they increased the fee from $25 to $365 per space, an increase lot owners were not happy to receive.

Parking Study Validates Field Construction At The Civic Center
June 28, 2018
Parking, or a lack thereof, should not impede construction of a field at the Civic Center site according to a new study.

BATA Partnerships, Valet Parking Aim To Ease Downtown Parking Woes
June 25, 2018
Tourists, employees and locals vie for a few thousand public parking spots in downtown Traverse City, and now there are alternatives to driving downtown or finding one’s own parking spot.

Parking Facility For 650 Tractor-Trailers Pitched In Lower Macungie
June 25, 2018
A company is seeking to build a truck staging and parking facility with room to house more than 600 tractor-trailers in Lower Macungie Township.

To Draw Consumers to Malls, Try Valet Parking
June 21, 2018
As online shopping experiences become more refined, malls need to consider alternative services to get customers through the door.

South Lake Tahoe Casinos Enforcing Parking Fees This Summer
June 21, 2018
If you like to park at Harrah's or Harvey's Casinos in South Lake Tahoe, you might have to pay a fee if you go certain days this summer.

Downtown Traverse City Set To Launch Valet Parking Service
June 18, 2018
Traverse City could launch a new downtown valet parking program as soon as Wednesday if city commissioners approve the proposal tonight (Monday).

Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe Start Paid Parking for Special Events, Holidays
June 16, 2018
Harrah's and Harveys Lake Tahoe announced Tuesday that it will reestablish paid valet and self-parking starting today, June 16.

Propark America Begins Parking Operations at JAXPORT Cruise Terminal
June 13, 2018
Propark America announced today that it has recently commenced management of the Jacksonville Port Authority (JAXPORT) Cruise Terminal parking facility in Jacksonville, Florida.

Publix Plans To Offer Valet Parking At Stores In The Tampa Bay Area
June 12, 2018
Valet parking is one more way to make shopping at Publix as easy as possible —and that's crucial in a grocery era that's dominated by convenience.

Here's Another Way To Get Free Parking In Las Vegas. Is It The Start Of A Trend?
June 11, 2018
Here’s a new way to avoid paying for parking in Las Vegas: Visitors who spend $50 at the Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Resort will no longer be charged for self parking or valet service as of July 1, the resort announced Thursday.

What Will A New Stadium Mean For Parking, Traffic In The West End?
June 11, 2018
Now that agreements are inked and Major League Soccer is a go, many are still wondering what exactly is in store for the West End -- especially when it comes to how the landscape and streetscape could change with the arrival of a new top-tier league stadium.

Report: 15,000 Electric Cars Will Call Tampa Home By 2030
July 17, 2018
As more drivers choose to go electric, charging stations are getting crowded. According to a local study, the demand is expected to grow exponentially within the next 12 years.

Electric Car Charging Stations Available In Dutchess County
July 17, 2018
In efforts of being environmentally friendly and reducing carbon emissions, Dutchess County has installed electric car charging stations for public use.

36-Panel Solar Array Installed In Downtown Ann Arbor Parking Lot
July 9, 2018
Electric vehicles can now park in the shade of a solar carport across from the Farmers Market in Ann Arbor.

NYSERDA Announces Completion of 11 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in Tompkins
July 9, 2018
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) today announced that Tompkins County has installed 11 new electric vehicle charging stations to support its goal of becoming the first Electric Vehicle Model County in New York State.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Unveiled At Birmingham Airport
July 5, 2018
The next time you head to Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport, you may notice some changes inside the parking deck.

Electric Car Charging Is Misunderstood By Non-EV Drivers
July 4, 2018
A new report from the UK notes that an “impatience barrier” with regard to electric vehicle charging could be due to a major misconception around how electric cars will be charged.

SLC Airport Adds 24 Charging Stations For Electric Cars
July 3, 2018
Salt Lake City International Airport has installed 24 new electric vehicle charging ports — which are free to use and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Athens' Epps Bridge Centre Debuts Tesla Electric Car Charging Station
July 2, 2018
Athens’ first Tesla Supercharger station recently opened in Epps Bridge Centre, giving Tesla owners the opportunity to quickly charge their electric car within minutes.

Big Oil, Utilities Are Lining Up For An Electric Vehicle War
July 2, 2018
Oil majors, who’ve sold fossil fuels to cars for a century, are now moving into an electricity sector that’s preparing for exponential growth. The problem is that utilities, the primary power suppliers for a century, have the same idea.

Mumbai-Nagpur E-Way To Be Electric Car Ready, To Have Charging Stations Every 35 Km
July 2, 2018
The Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway will be equipped with charging stations every 35 km thus making it ready to serve electric vehicles as soon as it becomes operational, according to the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation which is the nodal agency to construct the facility.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Installs 18 New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
June 30, 2018
The University of Alabama at Birmingham partnered with Alabama Power to install 18 new electric vehicle charging stations on campus for students and employees.

City Of San Fernando Gets New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
June 27, 2018
The city of San Fernando introduced the public to five new vehicle charging stations Monday at an official ribbon-cutting ceremony that took place in a Truman Street public parking lot.

Parking Services Adds Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Looks Into Future
June 22, 2018
Auburn University Parking Services has been hard at work during the first months of the summer semester. They have added 14 electric car charging stations to four locations across campus.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now Available At Museum Parking Lot
June 20, 2018
Electric car owners will finally have a place to plug in other than at home in Cedartown if they need a quick charge, at least while they are out and about downtown.

Larimer County Seeking Grant For Electric Car Charging Station In Loveland
June 19, 2018
Larimer County is applying for a grant to put an electric vehicle charging station at the Larimer County Loveland Campus — the first such charging station at a county facility.

Glasgow Car Park To Be Transformed To Solar Centre
June 19, 2018
The city council has secured £940k funding to help build a canopy of solar panels on the car park on Duke Street to enable it to power itself and provide electric charging

Electrify America and the City of Sacramento Partner on EV Tech
June 18, 2018
Charging infrastructure giant Electrify America and the city of Sacramento, Calif. has announced several new green initiatives to bolster its car-sharing, public transportation, and charging networks.

Why Chargeway Matters: Making EV Charging Comprehensible For Buyers, Dealers, Utilities, Networks
June 18, 2018
Seven-plus years after the first Nissan Leaf was delivered to a buyer, most carbuyers still have no idea what to ask about electric-car charging. the general confusion among mass-market buyers and car shoppers over EV charging has not improved.

Menlo Park Ironing Out How to Get Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Across City
June 14, 2018
As the share of individuals and households with green vehicles rises, Menlo Park has to figure out how to make sure there are enough charging stations to go around, on both public and private lots.

New Electric Car Charging Stations Installed At Pfeiffer Winery
June 12, 2018
Electric car charging stations are extremely common in the city, but there are not as many of them in rural areas in Oregon. Owners of Pfeiffer Winery said they wanted to change that.

Bay Area to Receive Over 2K New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
June 12, 2018
Several Bay Area locations will install more than 2,000 electric vehicle chargers after the Bay Area Air Quality Management District approved more than $6 million in funding for the project.

Tesla Hits New Milestone Of ‘Over 10,000 Superchargers’ Deployed Worldwide
June 11, 2018
US electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors has hit a new milestone --- the company has now deployed more than 10,000 Superchargers across the world.

Electrify America Subcontracts Charging Station Management
June 10, 2018
The VW subsidiary has contracted both Black & Veatch and the SAI Group to design and manage their EV ultra-fast charging stations at highway and community locations across the USA. They will be deploying more than 2,000 DC chargers across 484 sites.

Expansion Cuts Into Kaweah Delta’s Hospital Parking
July 18, 2018
Kaweah Delta Medical Center’s expansion of its emergency department has not affected the work of nurses and doctors inside the hospital but last week construction began to affect parking for its patients.

West Suffolk Hospital Installs Number Plate Recognition Car Parking System
July 13, 2018
A new car parking system at West Suffolk Hospital could save the organisation £24,000 a year. The old barrier system and yellow chip coins have been scrapped in favour of number plate recognition.

Parking Structure Approved For Tri-City Medical Center
July 11, 2018
Plans to build a three-level parking structure and a new main entrance on Vista Way were approved this week for Tri-City Medical Center.

New Garage Set To Alleviate Parking Issues At Port Charlotte Hospital
July 6, 2018
A Southwest Florida hospital is launching a $21 million renovation project that should help frustrated drivers who can’t find places to park.

Jefferson Parish Council Approves Rezoning For Hospital Parking Lot; Some Residents Still Concerned
June 27, 2018
After months of controversy, the Jefferson Parish Council voted to rezone an area in Old Jefferson to allow Ochsner Medical Center to build a new parking lot.

City, Hospital To Try Employee Parking Plan
June 27, 2018
Finding a solution for the employee parking was one of the big issues identified in the recent parking study. It was stated that a solution to the employee parking issue must be solved first, because the majority of downtown parking spots are occupied by downtown employees.

Bassett Adds Shuttle To Give Patients Lift From Parking Lot
June 26, 2018
Patients at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown can catch a ride from the parking lots to the hospital with a new shuttle service making the rounds.

Pay Parking In The Works For Nanaimo’s Hospital District Next Year
June 25, 2018
Parking spots can be hard to come by around the hospital, but new strategies, including pay parking, are intended to alleviate the crunch.

Second Phase Of Maine Med’s Mega-Expansion Calls For Garage With 2,450 Spaces
June 25, 2018
Maine Medical Center’s $512 million expansion is moving ahead with the second phase of its five-year construction – a new employee parking garage.

UF Health Parking Decal Plan On Hold — For Now
June 15, 2018
A plan that could have left some UF Health employees facing steep hikes in parking-decal prices is on hold, according to a memo sent to employees Friday afternoon by Ed Jimenez, CEO of the UF Health Shands system.

Overflowing Parking Lots At the VA Hospital Lead Fresno To Start Permit Program In Nearby Neighborhood
June 14, 2018
People who live near the Fresno Veterans Administration Hospital are used to seeing hundreds of cars parked in their neighborhood, but the street congestion won't be so severe in the future.

All-Women Parking Fee Booth Reduces Hassles At Kolkata Airport
July 15, 2018
The parking hassles at the Kolkata airport has been largely put to rest with the introduction of women at the parking fee booth at the exit gate, airport officials said. For the Airports Authority of India (AAI), replacing male parking fee collectors with women did the trick.

Place Ste-Foy Inaugurates Its Second Parking Garage
July 13, 2018
Place Ste-Foy is pleased to announce the opening of its second parkade. A total of 1,500 parking spaces is now available in the two new structures. As well, valet parking will continue to be available to all Place Ste-Foy shoppers.

West Suffolk Hospital Installs Number Plate Recognition Car Parking System
July 13, 2018
A new car parking system at West Suffolk Hospital could save the organisation £24,000 a year. The old barrier system and yellow chip coins have been scrapped in favour of number plate recognition.

Steps To Limit Parking Near Vancouver Historic Site Seem To Be Working
July 11, 2018
Parking is a perennial issue that the city of Vancouver is hoping to delve into later this month, but in at least one trouble spot, a fix seems to be holding up.

London, Singapore Lead Ranking Of World's Smart Cities
July 11, 2018
London and Singapore topped a list of the world’s 50 smartest cities released by Eden Strategy Institute, following a study conducted by OXD. Seoul, New York City and Helsinki, Finland rounded out the top five.

Cellopark Expands Payment Services to Israel's Largest Hospital
July 10, 2018
Cellopark Technologies is continuing their off-street parking service expansion, allowing users to pay for parking in the Shiba Tel-Hashomer hospital, Israel's largest hospital.

UK Unveils Extensive New Plan To Go All-Electric By 2040
July 9, 2018
Last year, the United Kingdom announced its intention for its transportation market to be all-electric by 2040. Today, the government unveiled an extensive 46-point plan to help the transition.

This Mobile App Promises To Solve Bengaluru’s Chronic Problem Of Parking
July 9, 2018
A three-year-old start-up, Get My Parking (GMP), acquired another domain called Constapark earlier this year to provide solutions which will digitise the whole parking process.

Save The High Street: Town Centres Should Be Given FREE Parking Says Minister
July 8, 2018
Town centres should offer free short-term parking and a range of new amenities ranging from bandstands to child and elderly day care, to boost the British high street, a Government minister urged on Sunday.

BMC Invites Bids For 55 Parking Lots
July 6, 2018
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has invited bids for running 55 public parking lots in the city for the next two years.

A Single Parking Space in Hong Kong Has Sold for $765,000
July 5, 2018
Spare a thought for Hong Kong’s beleaguered car owners. The market for parking spaces is hotter than ever as a single spot in a luxury development in Kowloon’s Ho Man Tin district changed hands for a record HK$6 million ($765,000).

Baidu Will Launch Its Autonomous Buses In Japan Next Year
July 4, 2018
Baidu’s self-driving buses could hit the road in Japan by early 2019, Bloomberg reports. And even sooner in a handful of Chinese cities, according to Engadget.

Electric Car Charging Is Misunderstood By Non-EV Drivers
July 4, 2018
A new report from the UK notes that an “impatience barrier” with regard to electric vehicle charging could be due to a major misconception around how electric cars will be charged.

Secure Parking Seals Exclusive Distribution Agreement With Amano Europe
July 4, 2018
Secure Parking, the internationally renowned car park management company based in the UAE, signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Amano Europe, a part of Amano Corporation that was founded in 1931 and is the leading Japanese manufacturer of hardware and software for the parking industry.

Councils Expect To Make Almost £900million From Parking Fees This Year After Imposing Punishing Hikes On Shoppers Driving Into Town Centres
July 3, 2018
Local councils expect to make almost £900million from parking fees this year after imposing punishing hikes on shoppers driving into town centres.

Mumbai-Nagpur E-Way To Be Electric Car Ready, To Have Charging Stations Every 35 Km
July 2, 2018
The Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway will be equipped with charging stations every 35 km thus making it ready to serve electric vehicles as soon as it becomes operational, according to the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation which is the nodal agency to construct the facility.

China Will Be In The Autonomous Vehicle Driver’s Seat If Senate Doesn’t Act
July 1, 2018
While Detroit and Silicon Valley race to design the car of the future, Europe and China are quietly gaining ground.

Lobby Group Calls On Province To Adopt Rideshare Immediately
June 28, 2018
Affordability, commerce, safety and freedom of movement are all taking massive hits for every day that the Ubers and Lyfts of the world aren’t on B.C. streets.

Waterloo Tech Powers Smart Parking
June 27, 2018
Using made-in-Waterloo technology, the City of Stratford is the first municipality in Canada to have a real-time online parking map that shows drivers where the empty parking spaces are along some downtown streets.

ParkCloud To Offer Parking Reservation At Two Airports In Greece
June 27, 2018
Online parking reservation provider ParkCloud has started offering its services at Thessaloniki Airport and Kavala Airport in Greece.

Pay Parking In The Works For Nanaimo’s Hospital District Next Year
June 25, 2018
Parking spots can be hard to come by around the hospital, but new strategies, including pay parking, are intended to alleviate the crunch.

Metro-Aided Parking Lot On Lucknow University Campus
June 21, 2018
Soon, a hi-tech parking lot with separate parking lines for two- wheelers and four-wheelers will come up on campus.

Glasgow Car Park To Be Transformed To Solar Centre
June 19, 2018
The city council has secured £940k funding to help build a canopy of solar panels on the car park on Duke Street to enable it to power itself and provide electric charging

Parking Bays To Reduce Truck Crashes
June 18, 2018
A five-bay truck stop opened on the western outskirts of Moe on Thursday, June 14 is expected to reduce fatigue and heavy vehicle accidents within the freight industry, VicRoads says.

Report Recommends Regina Move To Pay-By-Phone Parking System
June 13, 2018
By next year, residents in Regina could have the choice of using a phone to pay for parking instead of feeding a meter. A city report headed to Thursday's meeting of the community and protective services committee calls for upgrades to the city's parking infrastructure.

Oil Changes, Vehicle Detailing Coming To Saskatoon Airport
June 13, 2018
The recently released Airport Master Plan 2040 details a range of improvements to the airport to accommodate a growing Saskatoon population. Some of the improvements visitors will see this fall when new parking options are available: Valet, Standard, Express, and Jetset.

New Rideshare Service in Winnipeg
June 11, 2018
Friday InstaRyde started offering service in Winnipeg after have a successful launch in Toronto in December 2017. Winnipeg is only the second market for InstaRyde who is planning to expand across the country.

Secure Parking Seals Exclusive Distribution Agreement With Amano Europe
July 4, 2018
Secure Parking, the internationally renowned car park management company based in the UAE, signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Amano Europe, a part of Amano Corporation that was founded in 1931 and is the leading Japanese manufacturer of hardware and software for the parking industry.

SpotAngels and Parkimeter Partner To Deliver A Complete In-Car Parking Experience
June 11, 2018
SpotAngels, the parking app featured on both the App Store and Play Store and described by Google as "Waze for Parking", and the Barcelona-based parking platform Parkimeter, a provider of off-street parking booking in more than 100 cities in Europe, have entered into a strategic partnership that will augment the in-car experience of drivers with on-street and off-street parking data and embedded payment.

What Ferndale Is Doing To Ease Traffic Issues, Parking Shortage
July 18, 2018
A new, free shuttle service is rolling into southeast Oakland County this September to help offset congestion and a parking shortage created by construction in downtown Ferndale.

Downtown Baseball Stadium Parking A Work In Progress
July 16, 2018
The city of Fayetteville has begun collecting data and seeking public opinions during a downtown parking study. Input is being collected through stakeholder committee meetings, public forum opportunities and an electronic survey.

Study Shows Seattle Has Plenty Of Parking. So Why Can’t You Find A Spot?
July 14, 2018
The study’s author says Seattle’s parking spaces are actually increasing, even though drivers may not readily notice. Many spaces are being added in parking garages and underground.

Can't Find A Parking Spot? There Are 1.6 Million In Des Moines
July 13, 2018
Des Moines has seven times as many parking spaces as people, according to a new study by the Mortgage Bankers Association.

Circle Businesses Question Paid Parking Plans
July 12, 2018
Officials once planned to implement on-street paid parking citywide. Today, St. Armands is the only district where the plans have moved forward.

Mayor Addresses Parking, Mobility In Royal Oak
July 11, 2018
Mayor Michael Fournier on Wednesday said he has plans for improved parking downtown and vowed that current parking problems were a "temporary issue" after a long-time city restaurateur said he was closing partly due to limited spaces for customers.

Leesburg Commission Combs Through Downtown Parking ‘Fixes’
July 11, 2018
As Leesburg seeks both long- and short-term solutions for its downtown parking situation, it is now the job of its Planning Commission to comb through a set of changes proposed by both staff, an outside consultant, and members of the Town Council.

Ridgewood Introduces $12M Bond Ordinance For Downtown Parking Garage After Years Of Delays
July 11, 2018
The village has introduced a $12 million bond ordinance for construction of a long-awaited — and long-debated — parking garage in the heart of the downtown near the train station.

Anaheim Pairs Crackdown on Oversized-Vehicle Parking with Homeless Outreach
July 10, 2018
People are living everywhere in California, setting up camp amid a statewide housing shortage on sidewalks and in parking lots and even designated Superfund sites.

Emporium Vision Includes Plaza, Parking Structure, Library
July 10, 2018
Through an interactive process of identifying and ranking priorities for the vacant, city-owned shopping center in the heart of downtown Logan, Dan Lofgren, CEO of Salt Lake City-based development firm Cowboy Partners, learned that the people of Logan are interested in a plaza, a parking structure, a public library and mixed-use residential and commercial development.

Study To Look At Downtown Napa's Growing Parking Needs
July 9, 2018
Before Napa visitors see new parking lots or garages – or the return of meters – the city plans to study the demand for vehicle space today, and where it may go.

Once Quincy’s Largest Parking Lot, Hancock Lot Closes
July 8, 2018
The city’s parking problem is about to get worse before it gets better, according to officials. The Hancock parking lot in Quincy center, once the city’s largest parking lot with 492 spaces, closes for good on Monday.

In Property Swap, City May Create More Public Parking
July 5, 2018
Although the deal on a property swap agreement between DeLand and Volusia County has not yet been made official, DeLand City Commissioners are leaning toward demolition and new parking with the hope of future development.

Prices Changing As New Haven Seeks To Ease Parking Crunch
July 2, 2018
Drivers circling one-way downtown streets on a quest for the closest parking spot might instead start looking for the cheapest meters if the city goes forward with a pilot program to reduce street parking congestion.

Sweeping Changes To Concord Parking System Set To Take Effect
June 30, 2018
After years of analysis and debate, the beginning of a sweeping set of changes to Concord’s parking system will take effect beginning Sunday.

LA City Council Advances Plan To Change Development Rules Near Transit Stations
June 29, 2018
A plan to change development rules and allow more houses, retail and office space near transit stations is advancing in Los Angeles.

North Myrtle Beach To Hire Consultant For Parking Problems
June 28, 2018
The City of North Myrtle Beach plans to hire a parking consultant to help create short and long-term parking solutions.

City, Hospital To Try Employee Parking Plan
June 27, 2018
Finding a solution for the employee parking was one of the big issues identified in the recent parking study. It was stated that a solution to the employee parking issue must be solved first, because the majority of downtown parking spots are occupied by downtown employees.

City Officials Hope To Address Need For More Parking
June 27, 2018
For decades parking has been a major concern for both residents and visitors in the City of Lewes. Now the city is putting together two committees to try and help address those problems.

Downtown Business Owners, Residents Weigh In On Proposed Parking Changes
June 27, 2018
Eliminate free lunchtime parking, install more parking meters, and charge higher parking rates when there’s higher demand.

Downtown Parking Action Plan Approved By City Council
June 26, 2018
The Paso Robles City Council adopted the 2018 Downtown Parking Action Plan at their June 19 meeting. Development of this plan started in March 2018 and is designed to improve parking in the downtown area for businesses, customers, and surrounding residential areas.

Palo Alto To Restrict Parking Permits For Downtown Workers
June 26, 2018
City Council agrees to reduce the number of employee permits to be sold as part of downtown Residential Preferential Program

Proposed Parking Changes To Add Spaces In Downtown Amherst
June 26, 2018
The Select Board is considering a series of minor parking changes for downtown that would add several new public spaces.

Future Of Junction Parking Lots Still Being Negotiated; Will You Have A Place To Park?
June 26, 2018
The negotiations between the West Seattle Trusteed Partners (WSTP) and the West Seattle Junction Association (WSJA) are reaching a critical stage.

‘Bold’ Plan For Newark Parking Moves Forward
June 25, 2018
City council on Monday voted to move forward with an ambitious blueprint for transforming the way Newark approaches parking, but final approval of the proposal’s more radical ideas is far from certain.

Parking Plan On Track For Downtown New Bern
June 20, 2018
A plan designed to improve parking in downtown New Bern will officially be unveiled next month. Changes will include enforcement of the city’s longstanding downtown parking limit as well as new signs and free parking areas.

Southern Exposure: Parking, The Hottest Summer Topic In Cannon Beach
June 18, 2018
It seems like conversations about parking in Cannon Beach always start too late. “There is nothing happening at this point,” City Councilor George Vetter said. “The last time I brought this up, other councilors wanted to wait for some kind of initiative from the public and business community.”

Amendments To La Crosse Parking Laws
June 15, 2018
While Thursday's City Council meeting saw developments to the La Crosse Center expansion project, other decisions from the meeting may also impact city residents. The council discussed four different items related to parking in the city, focusing on overnight parking during the winter. Council officials say current ordinances may make it complicated for drivers during opposite side parking times.

Red Bank Orders a New Parking Study
June 13, 2018
Red Bank will undergo its first parking study in 26 years this year to find where the deficiencies are and what solutions exist.

City Launches First Phase Of Parking Study With 7 Meetings
June 12, 2018
The city (of Richmond, Va.) is certainly going through a transportation transformation, and a big part of the changes includes parking.

City Council to Revise Parking Requirements
June 11, 2018
The Santa Barbara City Council will take up revising parking requirements all over the City on June 19th. The idea is to allow developers to install mechanical lifts and automated puzzle parkers in commercial and residential buildings. One of the main sticking points seems to be the fact that only sub compact, compact and mid-sized cars can fit in the lifts or parkers.

Parking In Downtown Greenville: City Recognizes Problem, But Solution Isn't What You Think
June 11, 2018
City leaders say they recognize there is a problem — both day and night, where some of the city's 15 garages and lots are at capacity — but even the $6.2 million surplus the city has accumulated from parking revenues over the past five years isn’t enough right now to build another parking garage, which they say might be an outdated approach anyway.

Play! A Modest Proposal For Siesta Beach Parking
July 18, 2018
It seems that 70 percent of islanders favored parking fees — so long as there is a method for residents to continue to receive free parking.

Columbus Delays Short North Parking Changes
July 17, 2018
The city is moving back the implementation date for its Short North parking plan, from November to Jan. 22, 2019, because of potential delays installing license-plate readers that will be used to enforce the new rules and training city workers to use them.

St. Paul Residents Hoping New Parking Plan Comes With Beefed-Up Enforcement
July 12, 2018
On Wednesday, the City Council will resume a hearing on a plan meant to address what public works staff learned from a 2017 study — mainly that people are confused by myriad parking signs in permitted parking areas and that they want permit rules enforced.

Circle Businesses Question Paid Parking Plans
July 12, 2018
Officials once planned to implement on-street paid parking citywide. Today, St. Armands is the only district where the plans have moved forward.

Steps To Limit Parking Near Vancouver Historic Site Seem To Be Working
July 11, 2018
Parking is a perennial issue that the city of Vancouver is hoping to delve into later this month, but in at least one trouble spot, a fix seems to be holding up.

Commission Mulls Adding New Parking Regulations For Short-Term Rentals
July 10, 2018
Carbon County commissioners are weighing measures to ensure property owners who use their dwellings as short-term rentals or Airbnbs, also offer adequate parking.

Oakland Cracking Down On Handicapped Parking Cheats
July 9, 2018
Drivers who fraudulently use disabled placards in Oakland could find themselves cited and slapped with a $513 fine as enforcement ramps up, according to city officials.

Albany Parking Authority Expands New Parking Meters and App
July 9, 2018
The Albany Parking Authority has announced its plan to extend a new parking program after a successful preliminary pilot of 12 Flowbird StradaPAL kiosks. Installation of 158 additional kiosks will be completed by late July, 2018 in conjunction with the city’s parking payment app.

Denton to Remind Drivers About Parking Rule With New Signs
July 9, 2018
The city of Denton will install new signs along a street known for its bars and restaurants to remind drivers about an often-ignored parking law.

Enforced Parking Goes Into Effect Today In Downtown New Bern
July 9, 2018
Two hour, enforced parking begins today in downtown New Bern.

Parking Lot Changes Eyed At Seabrook’s Town Pier
July 5, 2018
Changes may be on the way at the town’s River Street parking lot at the town pier, as selectmen consider recommendations concerning who can and can’t park in the restricted spaces.

Researchers’ Counterintuitive Conclusion? New York May Have Too Much Parking
July 5, 2018
The parking woes of automotive New Yorkers are the stuff of legend, lamented in the tabloids and immortalized on the episode of Seinfeld in which Jerry Seinfeld’s bumbling friend George Costanza takes a job helping neighbors comply with those pernicious alternate-side commandments from on high.

Paid Parking Coming To St. Armands Circle Later This Year
July 5, 2018
Parking on St. Armands Circle will no longer be free beginning later this year.

Kelso Council Approves Limit On Cars Parked In City Parking Lots, Streets
July 5, 2018
The City of Kelso will now give a one-week warning before ticketing cars that have been languishing on city streets for long periods of time after the City Council approved parking code amendments Tuesday night.

Loveland Council Says Paid Parking In Foundry Garage Not Planned, But Not Off Table
July 3, 2018
When the downtown parking garage associated with The Foundry development opens this fall, parking will be free to the public. But, members of the Loveland City Council on Tuesday opposed bringing forth a resolution that would have ensured those spaces would be free forever, as originally suggested by Mayor Jacki Marsh.

New Columbus Parking Changes Take Aim At Abandoned Vehicles
July 2, 2018
New parking changes are in effect for the city of Columbus. Monday, the city shared that changes would take aim at cars parked on the street for over three days, cars that violate parking limits, cars that park outside of marked spaces and cars that fail to display handicap placards.

New Parking Meters To Include Grace Period When Time Expires
July 2, 2018
There were almost 1,100 more parking tickets written in 2017 compared to the year before. It is too soon to tell whether parking meters on certain streets, updated last month with new software, will have an impact on the number of tickets written or amount of fine money collected.

Changes Big and Small Arrive For Those Using Arlington Parking Meters
July 2, 2018
The start of the Arlington County government’s new fiscal year on July 1 has brought with it a host of changes to parking regulations across the county.

Town Of Ocean City Reminds Visitors About "Pay By Plate" Parking System
July 2, 2018
On Monday, officials are reminding visitors that their "Pay by Plate" parking system is being enforced this summer season.

Road Rage: NYC Turns Parking Spots Into Car Share-Only Zones
July 1, 2018
In a city where parking spots can be as hard to come by as "Hamilton" tickets, residents are at odds over a new arrangement that's taking away hundreds of public spaces and doling them out to companies that rent out cars by the hour.

Sweeping Changes To Concord Parking System Set To Take Effect
June 30, 2018
After years of analysis and debate, the beginning of a sweeping set of changes to Concord’s parking system will take effect beginning Sunday.

Elkton Considers Eliminating Parking Meters
June 28, 2018
Revisiting one of the town’s most persistent and visible issues, Mayor Rob Alt has suggested that it may be time to get rid of the parking meters once and for all.

Parking Plan On Track For Downtown New Bern
June 20, 2018
A plan designed to improve parking in downtown New Bern will officially be unveiled next month. Changes will include enforcement of the city’s longstanding downtown parking limit as well as new signs and free parking areas.

Seattle May Ditch Parking Meter Window Stickers
June 20, 2018
Say goodbye to those little stickers placed on your car window in order to park in Seattle. The city council could replace them with a new stickerless parking system.

Champaign May Change Rules On Parking-Lot Behavior
June 18, 2018
There aren't rules on the city's books about prohibited activities in city-owned parking lots and metered spaces, but that could be changing soon.

Study Reveals Where New York City Drivers Complain Most About Parking
June 18, 2018
More and more parking grievances have been shared via calls, texts, emails and tweets with the city’s 311 hotline — so much so that parking-related complaints have spiked 228 percent from May 2013 to May 2018, according to a new study from Localize.city.

St. Paul Seeks to Simplify Hodgepodge of Parking Rules
June 17, 2018
A proposed ordinance would apply single set of rules wherever residential parking permits are required.

Parking Ticket? That's Good For Half Off A Drink At Downtown Wausau Bar
June 12, 2018
Malarkey's Pub and Townies Grill, 408 Third St., is offering customers half off their drink, and stamps and envelopes to mail their parking ticket and payment back to the city.

NYC Parking Permit Proposals Discounted By Department Of Transportation Official
June 12, 2018
The de Blasio administration is pushing back against proposed residential parking permit systems, questioning the effectiveness and fairness of such programs in New York City.

Job Program, More Safe Parking On Horizon For Area Homeless
June 11, 2018
Homeless people who sleep in their cars could have more places to safely and legally park in the near future and people in a temporary housing program could be offered a new jobs program, speakers at a symposium at the University of San Diego said last week.

City Hall Parking In Lincoln Not A Perfect System, But There's No Easy Fix, Official Says
June 10, 2018
Frequent flyers who park at the county-city parking lot just north of the Hall of Justice and City Hall may have caught themselves wondering as they wait in the queue to leave if the "pay here" machine, in fact, takes money.

Arlington Eyes New ‘Demand-Based’ Parking Fee System
July 18, 2018
Arlington could someday start adjusting its on-street parking prices based on demand, though the county remains years away from moving to such a system.

Council OKs Raise of Monthly Parking Fees, Leaves Hourly Rates Up to Subcommittee
July 11, 2018
Hourly parking rates in downtown Haverhill aren’t going up -- at least not in the immediate future. The City Council Tuesday voted to increase monthly parking fees in the downtown district, but failed to adopt Mayor James J. Fiorentini’s suggested ordinance that would hike hourly meter fees from 50 cents to $1.

GSP Commissioners Approve Economy Parking Increase To Offset Shuttle Service
July 11, 2018
Parking in the economy lot at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport will cost one dollar more beginning Oct. 1.

Cincinnati Raises Parking Rates Again To Offset Deficit
July 7, 2018
Cincinnati continues to raise parking rates to balance the city's budget despite complaints from business owners and residents.

A Single Parking Space in Hong Kong Has Sold for $765,000
July 5, 2018
Spare a thought for Hong Kong’s beleaguered car owners. The market for parking spaces is hotter than ever as a single spot in a luxury development in Kowloon’s Ho Man Tin district changed hands for a record HK$6 million ($765,000).

Park Your Car In Cincinnati? It's Going To Cost You (A Lot) More.
July 3, 2018
In August, Cincinnati's parking meter rates will go up for the third time in three years.

Councils Expect To Make Almost £900million From Parking Fees This Year After Imposing Punishing Hikes On Shoppers Driving Into Town Centres
July 3, 2018
Local councils expect to make almost £900million from parking fees this year after imposing punishing hikes on shoppers driving into town centres.

Prices Changing As New Haven Seeks To Ease Parking Crunch
July 2, 2018
Drivers circling one-way downtown streets on a quest for the closest parking spot might instead start looking for the cheapest meters if the city goes forward with a pilot program to reduce street parking congestion.

Parking Fees Slated To Go Up In Salem
June 27, 2018
Parking rates are set to increase across downtown Salem.

With Tourism Season Peaking, Niagara Falls Raises Parking Rates
June 26, 2018
It will cost you more money to purchase a parking space in downtown Niagara Falls this summer. The Council member sponsoring the measure says it’s a means to take some of the city’s budget burdens off the shoulders of taxpayers. Critics are concerned about the message it may send to out-of-town visitors.

Parking Rates Increased June 1 At 4 Of Madison's Busiest Garages And Lots
June 25, 2018
Parking at four Downtown Madison lots and garages is now more expensive.

Minneapolis Implementing Parking Meter Rate Hikes
June 24, 2018
When you plug the parking meter in parts of Minneapolis, you might notice it will take a few more quarters than it used to.

West Virginia Governor Rejects Parking Increase Proposal
June 21, 2018
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has quashed a proposal to raise parking rates for state employees.

Parking Changes Coming To Ames In July
June 21, 2018
Parking meters in Downtown and Campustown will see a rate increase beginning July 1. It has been more than 20 years since a rate change, and revenue generated no longer covers the cost of running the parking system.

New Paltz Considers Eliminating Free Parking On Sundays
June 21, 2018
To offset future budget problems, the New Paltz Village Board is looking at increases for parking meters, as well as water and sewer rates. The board is proposing eliminating Sunday as a day of rest from the cost of parking.

City Of Asheville Raises Parking Garage Fees For Most Users
June 20, 2018
Effective July 1, the City of Asheville will again raise fees charged at the city's four parking garages for most users.

MBTA To Raise Weekday Parking Rates
June 18, 2018
Drivers who park and ride from MBTA facilities during the work week will pay steeper prices at the more popular garages but could receive discounts at underused lots, under a policy adopted by the MBTA control board that will go into effect Aug. 1.

Royal Oak Commissioners Vote To Increase Parking Rates
June 12, 2018
Parking rate increases in Royal Oak will be rolled out at meters, lots and decks over the summer, and be completed by Labor Day, city officials said.

Lowell City Council Raises Parking Rates
June 12, 2018
Downtown business owners and residents should expect a higher parking bill in the near future.

Royal Oak May Hike Parking Costs By 50%: What To Know
June 11, 2018
Royal Oak City Commission votes Monday night on increasing downtown parking fees

Boutique Hotel, Parking Garage Added To Old Neptune Beach Kmart Site Plan
July 11, 2018
Plans for the old Neptune Beach Kmart shopping center have taken a new turn. After running into community objections, the developers have redone the site plan for 500 Atlantic to include a boutique hotel, parking garage and fewer apartments.

Ridgewood Introduces $12M Bond Ordinance For Downtown Parking Garage After Years Of Delays
July 11, 2018
The village has introduced a $12 million bond ordinance for construction of a long-awaited — and long-debated — parking garage in the heart of the downtown near the train station.

Winona May Grant History Center $70K Toward Parking
July 11, 2018
As Fastenal founder Bob Kierlin’s new company, Main Square Development, prepares to start construction, the city of Winona’s Port Authority Commission may help the Winona County Historical Society (WCHS) demolish buildings to replace parking that will be eliminated by the Main Square project. On Thursday, city staff will recommend that the Port Authority Commission give the WCHS $70,000 to help cover demolition costs.

The Mathis Report: Miami Investor Buys Downtown Parking Lot Next To Omni Jacksonville Hotel
July 10, 2018
A group led by Miami-based real estate investor Ramon Llorens bought the 1.48-acre Downtown parking lot by the Omni Jacksonville Hotel, adding to his North Florida holdings.

Belz Opts For Parking Lot Over Downtown Hotel, Cites 'Glut' Of Rooms
July 10, 2018
Belz Enterprises is putting on hold any plans to develop a hotel at Main and Beale until more demand for Downtown rooms emerges. Instead, the developer seeks a special-use permit to expand the commercial, surface parking where Tri-State Bank headquarters once stood.

OKC Considering Selling Largest Parking Garage to BancFirst, Continental Resources
July 10, 2018
Oklahoma City is engaged in advanced discussions with BancFirst, Continental Resources and Bricktown parking operator Don Karchmer on a deal that could sell the city's Santa Fe Garage to the two companies and assist BancFirst in connecting to a planned Bricktown garage.

Work, Park, Live: Inside Cincinnati’s Parking Garage Turned Lifestyle Hotel
July 9, 2018
The Summit hotel and conference center is a converted parking garage that was once a factory.

MGM Springfield Reveals That New 3,400 Space Parking Garage Will Be Free To Patrons And The Public
July 9, 2018
The MGM Springfield parking garage, nearing completion in the downtown-South End area, will be free of charge to casino patrons and the general public, according to MGM.

New Garage Set To Alleviate Parking Issues At Port Charlotte Hospital
July 6, 2018
A Southwest Florida hospital is launching a $21 million renovation project that should help frustrated drivers who can’t find places to park.

Dover Moves Ahead With Parking Garage Despite Study Showing Lack Of Current Need
July 5, 2018
When a yearlong parking study concluded last year that the time wasn't right to build a parking garage in downtown Dover, some city officials disagreed.

Seattle's 'Sinking Ship' Parking Garage Named Among World's 10 Coolest
July 5, 2018
Parking garages CAN be exciting: 10 of the world’s most picturesque are battling it out in the 2018 "World’s Coolest Car Parks" competition.

Loveland Council Says Paid Parking In Foundry Garage Not Planned, But Not Off Table
July 3, 2018
When the downtown parking garage associated with The Foundry development opens this fall, parking will be free to the public. But, members of the Loveland City Council on Tuesday opposed bringing forth a resolution that would have ensured those spaces would be free forever, as originally suggested by Mayor Jacki Marsh.

Portsmouth Offering Monthly Passes For New Parking Garage
July 2, 2018
The Foundry Place Garage on Deer Street is scheduled to open in October 2018. In addition to lower hourly rates, the monthly pass holder rates at Foundry Place will be a reduced cost of $100 for Portsmouth residents and $125 for non-residents.

City Eyes Parking In Rochester's Old Subway Tunnel
June 29, 2018
City officials want to turn most of the remaining old Rochester segment of the Erie Canal and subway bed into a downtown parking garage.

Expansion Eyed For Garage Serving Convention Center And Omni Hotel In Oklahoma City
June 28, 2018
City economic development and public parking officials are looking at the possibility of increasing the number of spaces in a new garage next to the future Omni Hotel from 850 to 1,100 spots.

Town Center East Parking Lot Will Get Gate, Spike Strips On Top Level To Reduce Racing, Graffiti
June 27, 2018
In an effort to reduce graffiti and drag racing on the top level of the Town Center East lot, Santa Maria will add a gate and spike strips set to block access to the third level of the lot during the overnight hours.

Commericial Parking Lot Fees Reconsidered
June 28, 2018
Parking is a hot topic in Revere, especially when it comes to commercial parking lots. On June 19, the License Commission held a public hearing to discuss parking lot fees, something they visited back in April when they increased the fee from $25 to $365 per space, an increase lot owners were not happy to receive.

Saratoga Springs Re-Imagines Controversial Parking Garage
June 27, 2018
A new garage to ease some the city's parking woes and that takes into account the needs of the Mouzon House is now under consideration at City Hall.

Ferndale To Seek New Round Of Proposals On Mixed-Use Parking Deck Project
June 21, 2018
Officials in Ferndale are reducing office space requirements for a mixed-use development as part of a $20 million parking deck in the downtown at West Troy and Allen streets.

Hamilton Answers Demand For More Downtown Parking
June 21, 2018
Hamilton’s city government is building a new parking lot not far from the city/county government towers, and across from Butler County’s parking garage.

City Council Approves Construction On Parking Garage For SA Zoo, Brackenridge Park
June 20, 2018
The City Council voted to approve construction on a parking garage for the San Antonio Zoo and Brackenridge Park at Thursday’s meeting. The three-story garage will be built across U.S. 281. The city would own the property and lease it to the zoo.

Carroll, City Working Together Again On Bellmeade Parking Deck — With Modifications
June 20, 2018
After a very public tiff with the city of Greensboro, developer Roy Carroll is working closely with officials again to build a public parking deck at Bellemeade and Eugene streets.

City Considers Waiving $1.2 Million Fee For USAA Parking Lot
June 19, 2018
USAA would normally have to pay $1.2 million to buy a small street from the city in order to expand a parking garage, but the city wouldn’t charge anything under a deal City Council will consider Thursday.

Legal Fight Continues Over Valuable Miami Parking Lot
June 14, 2018
Across from the American Airlines Arena and next door to the Freedom Tower is a very valuable plot of land that has been the source of a long legal battle that tax dollars are tied into because of one wealthy man’s vision of what it could be. Miami-Dade College owns the parking lot that it says was valued three years ago at $125 million.

Ford May Build Corktown Parking Deck
June 14, 2018
Ford Motor Co. is considering building a new parking deck in Corktown on empty land near the former Tiger Stadium site, according to two sources familiar with the automaker's plan.

Naperville Municipal Center Parking Deck To See $294,000 In Repairs This Year
June 11, 2018
Reconstruction work on the upper level of Naperville Municipal Center’s parking deck is set to begin after Ribfest wraps up in July.

Upgrades To Scranton Parking System To Cost $9.3 Million
June 11, 2018
Big changes could be coming to the parking system in the city of Scranton.

City Council to Revise Parking Requirements
June 11, 2018
The Santa Barbara City Council will take up revising parking requirements all over the City on June 19th. The idea is to allow developers to install mechanical lifts and automated puzzle parkers in commercial and residential buildings. One of the main sticking points seems to be the fact that only sub compact, compact and mid-sized cars can fit in the lifts or parkers.

Doing The Math On T’s $6.5m Hike In Parking Rates
June 28, 2018
Most of the $6.5 million in new parking revenue the MBTA is counting on to help balance the transit authority’s budget during the upcoming fiscal year budget would come from just a handful of garages, which may make it difficult to accede to political pressure to cut the size of planned increases at a couple of South Shore facilities.

Parking Is Sexy Now. Thank Donald Shoup.
May 30, 2018
In an interview, the guru of progressive parking policy reflects on his decades of research and writing, which transformed how cities look at the curb.

West Haven To Save $15,000 By Extending Existing Beach Parking Stickers For Another Year
May 15, 2018
The city will save $15,000 in printing costs and save taxpayers the trouble of swapping out old windshield stickers for new ones by extending 2016-18 beach parking permits through June 30, 2019, Mayor Nancy Rossi announced Tuesday.

Cities, Businesses Join International Push To Promote EVs
July 18, 2018
New York City, Paris, Los Angeles and Pittsburgh are among the many international cities backing the Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Challenge, which calls on automakers to speed up the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and for businesses to commit to purchasing more EVs.

London, Singapore Lead Ranking Of World's Smart Cities
July 11, 2018
London and Singapore topped a list of the world’s 50 smartest cities released by Eden Strategy Institute, following a study conducted by OXD. Seoul, New York City and Helsinki, Finland rounded out the top five.

Smart Cities Council Releases Online Project Coordination Platform
July 9, 2018
The Smart Cities Council released a new online platform to help cities organize projects and work across departments to streamline new initiatives.

Leading Cities Announces Global Competition For Smart Cities Startups
July 5, 2018
Leading Cities is launching a global startup competition around smart cities challenges, offering potential capital and mentorship from investors and experts in the field.

Sierra Club: East Coast Residents Support Modernizing Regional Transportation
July 2, 2018
Sierra Club has released the results of its Transportation Modernization Survey, and results show that 74% of respondents strongly or somewhat support a regional plan to modernize transportation, which would update how people and goods move throughout the region to reduce air pollution and improve residents' health.

How Payments Data Holds The Key To Smart City Development
June 27, 2018
Demand for the development of smart cities has steadily grown in recent years. Loosely defined as an environment where data collected from inhabitants and their behaviours is used to introduce and improve efficient services and amenities, the appetite for smart cities continues to expand; from the technology companies who want to develop them to the consumers and businesses who want to benefit from them.

Texas Alliance Issues Statewide Automated Vehicle Procurement
June 26, 2018
The Texas Innovation Alliance wants to help cities use last-mile and short-trip mobility solutions to address their transportation challenges

How Cities Are Getting Smart Using Artificial Intelligence
June 26, 2018
Spending on smart cities technology will be about $80 billion, perhaps $135 billion by 2021, according to a new report. These investments will make spread opportunity and make cities more convenient and sustainable. But they come with new complex challenges.

New Smart City Traffic Project Takes Off In Portland, OR
June 20, 2018
More than 200 safety sensors are being installed in Portland to improve traffic safety on city streets.

Women Leaders Are Key Players Shaping Today’s Smart Cities
June 18, 2018
Women are playing a more prominent role than before in city leadership, and in smart city strategy. The Bloomberg American Cities Initiative recently surveyed mayors of 156 U.S. cities and found that 24 percent were led by women mayors, close to the national average of 21 percent.

How AVs Could Be A Boon To Transit Equity And Efficiency
June 18, 2018
At the Meeting of the Minds Mobility Summit last week, speakers emphasized the need for equitable access to transportation and how microtransit can be a good avenue for autonomous vehicle usage.

Smart Cities and Blockchain: Four Countries Where AI and DLT Exist Hand-in-Hand
June 17, 2018
The basis for how automated systems and infrastructure sensors will coordinate their activities and communicate with each other is currently being tested in Dubai, some cities in China and the US.

Panelists: More Cities Are Tackling National, Global Issues
June 13, 2018
During the Chicago Forum on Global Cities, leaders navigated the topics of climate change, trade and immigration policies in a sea change from just a few years ago.

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins On Smart Cities Architecture: Step By Step
June 12, 2018
While the delivery of smart cities solutions requires an overarching plan, they often end up being deployed one project at a time, while focusing on the bigger picture had actually slowed down Cisco in its smart cities push previously, CEO Chuck Robbins has told ZDNet.

Could Connected Cars Pose a New Threat to Smart Cities?
June 11, 2018
Next-generation transportation systems are relatively easy to trick.

Detroit Is Now Home To The 'World's Smartest Intersection'
June 11, 2018
Miovision last week unveiled the "World's Smartest Intersection" in Detroit, a system of sensors, 360-degree cameras, connected traffic signals and remote monitoring capabilities that can respond to what's happening on the road in real time.

Technological Disruptions: Smart Solutions for Smart Cities
June 10, 2018
Implementation is the key to good governance. To get optimum results from technology, its optimum implementation is of course must.

Miami's Parking App Obsession Has Unforeseen Consequences
July 11, 2018
Amid a push to move the city's parking infrastructure to PayByPhone, Miami has stumbled into questions about the ethics of forcing people onto digital spaces that for some reason or another might not always be accessible.

Cellopark Expands Payment Services to Israel's Largest Hospital
July 10, 2018
Cellopark Technologies is continuing their off-street parking service expansion, allowing users to pay for parking in the Shiba Tel-Hashomer hospital, Israel's largest hospital.

36-Panel Solar Array Installed In Downtown Ann Arbor Parking Lot
July 9, 2018
Electric vehicles can now park in the shade of a solar carport across from the Farmers Market in Ann Arbor.

Albany Parking Authority Expands New Parking Meters and App
July 9, 2018
The Albany Parking Authority has announced its plan to extend a new parking program after a successful preliminary pilot of 12 Flowbird StradaPAL kiosks. Installation of 158 additional kiosks will be completed by late July, 2018 in conjunction with the city’s parking payment app.

Portland Launches its First Mobile Parking App, PassportParking®
July 9, 2018
The City of Portland, Maine, announces the launch of PassportParking®, a mobile parking application that allows drivers to pay for their parking through their smartphones.

This Mobile App Promises To Solve Bengaluru’s Chronic Problem Of Parking
July 9, 2018
A three-year-old start-up, Get My Parking (GMP), acquired another domain called Constapark earlier this year to provide solutions which will digitise the whole parking process.

Nashua To Launch Paybyphone Parking
July 7, 2018
The inconvenience of parking downtown has been one of Nashua residents’ most frequent complaints about the city, according Economic Development Department Downtown Specialist James Vayo.

Town Of Ocean City Reminds Visitors About "Pay By Plate" Parking System
July 2, 2018
On Monday, officials are reminding visitors that their "Pay by Plate" parking system is being enforced this summer season.

Waterloo Tech Powers Smart Parking
June 27, 2018
Using made-in-Waterloo technology, the City of Stratford is the first municipality in Canada to have a real-time online parking map that shows drivers where the empty parking spaces are along some downtown streets.

Smart Parking Coming to City of Tulsa
June 27, 2018
For the first time in Tulsa’s history, there will be a mobile app to pay for on-street parking anywhere downtown, accessible through a tool most people always have with them: their smartphones.

GR Tweaks Motu Parking App After User Gripes
June 27, 2018
Less than a week ago, Grand Rapids launched a new parking app called “Motu,” replacing the one the city had used for almost a decade, ParkMobile. Many of the reviews in the first few days were not great.

San Diego Airport Parking System Helps You Land A Good Spot
June 26, 2018
A new, high-tech system will make it easier than ever to park at the San Diego International Airport.

University of Illinois Adds Mobile Parking App, Powered by Passport
June 25, 2018
The University of Illinois announces the launch of MobileMeter, a mobile pay parking application powered by Passport, the global leader of mobile payments for parking and transit.

Seattle May Ditch Parking Meter Window Stickers
June 20, 2018
Say goodbye to those little stickers placed on your car window in order to park in Seattle. The city council could replace them with a new stickerless parking system.

TIBA’s SPARK Cloud Solution Manages Mixed Use Parking Facilities in Kansas City
June 20, 2018
Kansas City, Missouri selected TIBA Parking Systems’ cloud-based management and control platform, SPARK, to drive eight mixed-use facility garages. The facilities are installed in and around the KC Live and Convention Center districts and total 42 lanes.

The 'itunes For Parking' Adds Hourly Options In Phoenix
June 18, 2018
AirGarage is seeking small businesses with open parking lots in high-traffic areas to sign up for hourly parking options.

The Amazing Garage Where Robots do the Parking
June 14, 2018
Parking sucks. Looking for a space, driving round and round, trying not to hit a pillar. Fear not, the robots have it covered.

Your Next Car Will Talk To Crosswalks, Pay Your Tolls, And Find Its Own Parking
June 14, 2018
At the Bosch proving grounds near Detroit, Michigan, Bosch engineers showed Digital Trends how roads in the future will communicate with vehicles and let them know when people are crossing. That’s just one application of a coming technology called vehicle-to-anything communications, or V2X.

Erie Getting New Parking Meter Technology
June 13, 2018
The Erie Parking Authority’s board of directors signs off on pay-by-phone app. The authority will also test parking kiosks downtown.

RDU Wants You To Try Its New Online Parking System And Share Your Thoughts
June 12, 2018
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is asking the public to help test its new and long-awaited system that lets people book and pay for parking at the airport online.

Annapolis Firm To Bring First Automated Car Parking Lots To Columbia
June 11, 2018
All of the new parking garages being built in the Merriweather District will have STEER-designated spaces for people's partially-automated vehicles.

Meeting The Demands Of The Connected Commuter
June 11, 2018
Industry prognosticators have heralded the coming of the connected commuter since the 1980s, but what was once a science fiction fantasy is now becoming a reality. The future of mobility will revolutionize, rebuild and redefine the way we travel to and transact in high-density commercial and urban centers.

Could Connected Cars Pose a New Threat to Smart Cities?
June 11, 2018
Next-generation transportation systems are relatively easy to trick.

What If Your Car Knew Where The Closest Parking Spot Was?
June 11, 2018
Circling for parking creates an enormous amount of congestion. This could help: A new technology that lets passing cars equipped with parking sensors measure open spots and create a map for other drivers that shows where their car might fit.

Consumer Demands and the impact of IoT on the Payment Industry
June 11, 2018
We’ve come to assume security and expect convenience when it comes to payments. We now use phones, watches, and even cars to pay for things. The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and advancing technologies like artificial intelligence are allowing end users to interact with devices much more seamlessly than ever before. These emerging trends are fueling the growth of IoT driven payments, introducing entirely new experiences previously unavailable.

Cal State Long Beach To Offer 300 Discounted Parking Permits For Off-Campus Parking
July 11, 2018
Every fall, Cal State Long Beach parking lots become a battleground as about 40,000 students and faculty vie for 14,000 parking spaces. But this year offers a new frontier: the Los Altos Shopping Center.

UGA Union Says Campus Parking Is Too Expensive for Employees
July 11, 2018
The nearly two-year-old United Campus Workers of Georgia has taken on employee parking costs as a new challenge for its 150 members, and more than 30 union members met late last month to discuss the issue.

Cash No Longer Accepted At Campus Parking Garage
July 2, 2018
The Grant Street Parking Garage on Purdue University's campus won't accept cash as a form of payment. In order to streamline internal processes, cash will no longer be accepted for hourly parking.

University of Alabama at Birmingham Installs 18 New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
June 30, 2018
The University of Alabama at Birmingham partnered with Alabama Power to install 18 new electric vehicle charging stations on campus for students and employees.

University of Illinois Adds Mobile Parking App, Powered by Passport
June 25, 2018
The University of Illinois announces the launch of MobileMeter, a mobile pay parking application powered by Passport, the global leader of mobile payments for parking and transit.

UNCW To Get Second Parking Deck, 800 New Spaces
June 25, 2018
The University of North Carolina Wilmington is poised to open its second parking deck as part of a $20 million capital project.

Parking Services Adds Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Looks Into Future
June 22, 2018
Auburn University Parking Services has been hard at work during the first months of the summer semester. They have added 14 electric car charging stations to four locations across campus.

Metro-Aided Parking Lot On Lucknow University Campus
June 21, 2018
Soon, a hi-tech parking lot with separate parking lines for two- wheelers and four-wheelers will come up on campus.

Could Autzen Stadium Parking Lots Open Six Hours Before Oregon Football Games?
June 20, 2018
Oregon Football fans could see an increase in time for Pregame Tailgating if the University of Oregon has their way.

Parking Space-Sharing Startup Looks To Expand In Tucson
June 10, 2018
AirGarage, a service that allows users to rent parking spaces around college campuses, plans to expand to the University of Arizona area in the coming months.

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