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Connected Cars Will Forever Change Parking and Transportation
At the World’s Fair in 1939, General Motors sponsored an exhibit and ride called Futurama, a model of the world 20 years
into the future. Futurama laid out a vision for the future of transportation—one that included electric vehicles and highways
where cars would drive themselves. People stood in line for hours to experience the “exciting possibility of life in the distance
future: the year 1960.” At the time, the idea of such vehicles and the utopia of urban planning was far-fetched, but today, it is a
Handicap Parking Requirements Don’t End At the Curb
Since the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990, the United States has undergone a transformation when it comes to handicap access. Because of this groundbreaking law, people with
disabilities can more easily gain access to retail businesses, restaurants and other public buildings. Anyone who has a disability or a loved one with a disability understands how important the law has been.
PCI DSS, CHIP & PIN: Are Digital Payments Any Safer?
The official implementation of PCI DSS and EMV standards is now in the rear view mirror. For the U.S., the deadline for compliance was October 1,
2015. With it came a major shift in costs and liability from card issuers to parking operations that accept credit cards.
Hospitals Balance Fiscal Responsibility with Compassion
By Stephanie Barnes
12 Secrets to Improving Your Website SEO
By Rieva Lesonsky
Help Your Employees Set Goals
By Andi Cambell, CPLP
Department of Labor’s Overtime Rule Blocked
By Michael L. Stevens
Third Party Apps and the Future of PARCS
Parking Energy Costs Reduced at Camino Medical Group
Shaun Kirby, president of operations and asset management, Edison Properties
Capitalize on NPA Benefits for Company Growth
By Mark Muglich
Economic Growth Must Be U.S.’s Top Priority
Introducing New NPA Member Benefits
Driving to Work Trend Holds Steady
New Perspectives in Parking
Diversifying Your Parking Portfolio