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Table of Contents
The Rise of the Shared Economy and Future of Parking Assets
Transportation Demand Management is a popular
buzz phrase among those in the parking industry. With the increased
use of bikes, transportation network companies, mass transit
and the advent of autonomous vehicles, parking professionals are
buzzing about how best to manage the shifting landscape.
The Future of Parking: Mobility Centers
A new building for vehicle storage will soon grow out of our urban centers. These buildings will take on an exciting and distinct form. It will require a new business model and a fresh outward appearance, as well as a concurrent commitment to technology and innovative concepts for customer engagement. No, it’s not your father’s parking garage. It’s the mobility center.
Robotic Parking Hubs: Coming to a Town Near You
Mechanization, computers and robotics have revolutionized agriculture and auto making. Yet, the parking industry has stubbornly resisted this commoditization, perhaps due in part to
the idea that “all parking is local.” Millions of individual customers make their respective parking decisions from a wide menu of variables, including price, destination proximity and perks—such as better security or valet service.
Autonomous Vehicles: Research, Planning and Perspectives on the Future of Parking Demand
Mention autonomous vehicles to
those within the parking industry
and you’ll find it’s a hot topic that
can bring both excitement and
disgust to a conversation.
What is generally debated is
the currently available research
and how to use it to plan transit
Transit Parking Innovates For Future of Transportation
Drive People To Your Gate with Waze
Managing Parking as a Business
Protect Your Intellectual Property
Bitcoin: Parking Payment of the Future
Sustainable Parking Goes To College
Greg Hatfield, president, Landmark Parking