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Articles from February, 2002.

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Focus on On street Parking - Managing On Street Parking in a Tourist Destination City



Who's parking on your streets? Shoppers? Office workers? Residents? Probably all three and at least 15 other groups not mentioned...

Global Positioning Systems

By Thomas Pfister

Traffic-related technology is a fast developing science...

I'm Mad as Hell...



And I'm not going to take it anymore...

Impact of September 11 on Airport Parking in the U.S.

By Mark A. Postma

Parking at airports across the U...

Industry Members Meet with FAA on Security Reimbursement, 300-Foot Rule



Members of the Parking Industry met with the Federal Aviation Administration in early January to discuss the issues and impacts of the FAA's proposed "procedures of reimbursement of Airports, On-Airport Parking Lots and Vendors of On-Airfield Direct Services" and on the continuation of the "300-foot" rule...

Is Your Parking Enforcement Program Effective? Read On

By Kaye Beechum

As cities and universities continue to grow and develop, technology continues to change and people continue to move about evolving with the times, the parking industry continues to be affected...

Parking, Painting and Quality: At Least Two of Them Begin with the Letter P.

By Robert Milner

I hope everyone had a nice holiday, whichever holiday you celebrated...

Security and the 300-Foot Rule



Following is an interview with Dale Denda, chief of research for the Parking Market Research Company by PT editor John Van Horn...

The FAA 300-Foot Rule

By Thomas A. Butcher, P.E.

The Parking Industry has been extremely concerned with the Federal Aviation Administration's so-called 300-foot rule now in effect at airports...




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