Online Store: Parking Magazine Archives
Main Storefront
        

November 2017 Issue (PDF) - Parking Magazine

Item Options
Sign in for your pricing!
Price: $20.00
Quantity: *
 
Description

Order a PDF of Parking Magazine. Free for NPA members and Parking magazine subscribers, $20 for non-members.


Table of Contents

Feature
Through the Looking Glass: Where Will Parking Be In 10 Years? Part 3

Change doesn't equal death. In 10 years, experts say, commercial parking will be leaner and greener, toned by technology and buffed by Bluetooth. In this final installment of our three-part series, we look at innovative products and services that may become commonplace in the 2020s.


Feature
2017 NPA Innovation Awards

Innovator of the Year: Thomas Leathers, parking administrator, city of Durham, N.C.; Innovative Organization of the Year: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Parking Business Unit; Innovative Facility of the Year: MGM Resorts International, Las Vegas; Innovative Sustainability Project of the Year: Phoenix Motorcars


Feature
Pasadena Complex City Parking Simplified: Modernizing Municipal Parking

Located just 10 miles northeast of Los Angeles, Pasadena is like other small to mid-size cities with challenges. Serving a population of 142,059 and covering 23.13 square miles, there are nine garages, three surface lots and three operators for a total of 7,100 spaces. The city has two PARCS in place, one of which is 16 years old and in need of an update.


Public Practices
Support Employees’ Health and Wellbeing

By Cathy Carney


Smart Marketing
7 Ways to Thank Your Customers This Holiday Season

By Rieva Lesonsky


Parking Know-How
Put the Brakes on Golf Cart Incidents

By Kathy Phillips, CIC, CPP


Legal Matters
Dealing with Substance Abuse in the Workplace

By Michael L. Stevens


Tech Trends
Smart Parking is Major Part of Smart Cities


Greener Parking
Museum Place: Parking That Does More With Less


Executive Perspective
Gary Lewis, CPP, co-owner and vice president of operations, Park, Inc.


Chairman's Outlook

By Alan Lazowski


Advocacy
Advocate for Fair Taxes to Support Vibrant Communities


NPA Update
2018 NPA Webinars


Research
Connected Vehicles: Benefits, Roles and Outcomes


New Perspectives in Parking
Advancing as a Leader


Parking Profile
Raymond Kahue


Newstrack


Industry Newsmakers

Our Partners

Contact NPA:

1112 16th Street NW, Suite 840
Washington, DC 20036
1.800.647.7275

info@weareparking.org Contact Us