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Articles from March, 2002.

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A Billion Here and a Billion There...



Gazillionare Bunker Hunt was quoted as saying, "A billion here and a billion there, and pretty soon we are talking real money...

Books, Parking Events and Three Generations of Diamonds



Seems author Calvin Trillin has written a book about parking -- well, actually it is about a fellow who takes his car out of the garage, parks it at a meter, fills the meter to the max, and then sits in it reading the paper, thus ticking off the rest of the people cruising by who are looking for a space...

Focus on Automatic/Mechanical Parking - A Few Notes on Automated Parking in Korea and Japan



Don Monahan of Walker Parking Consultants has been studying the automated and mechanical parking industry and recently toured Korea and Japan, hotbeds of automated parking...

Focus on Automatic/Mechanical Parking - Automated Parking System Slated for Detroit Area

By Michael Maurer

Park it! Lock it! And wave goodbye to it!
Yes, we are talking about parking your car...

Focus on Automatic/Mechanical Parking - Hoboken Almost Online

By John Carter

As Parking Today goes to press, the long-awaited Hoboken Automated Garage, the first fully automated parking garage in America, is going through its final shakedown at the hands of its creator, Gerhard Haag of Robotic Parking Inc...

Focus on Automatic/Mechanical Parking - Mechanical Stackers Important to Growing Range of Users



Continued urbanization in the U...

In Israel, Operators Search Each Car. Will That Happen in the US?



The Parking Industry Exhibition -- which runs April 7-10, 2002, at the Holiday Inn O'Hare International in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, IL -- promises information far and beyond the information you will receive in the exhibit hall...

New Equipment Requirements



Dear Parking Today:

Regarding the story "San Francisco Mandates Revenue Control Among Operators" (PT, January 2002), I find it rather interesting how some employees will explain the "difference" in revenue to their managers/ supervisors...

Not a Cashier Booth in Sight



The first fully automated (cashierless) airport parking facility in the United States opened last month in New Jersey...

Olympic Preparations: Salt Lake Airport Ventures into New Lighting Technology



As the U...

Parking Exhibition Slates Boot Camp for Newcomers



New this year at the Parking Industry Exhibition will be the Parking Boot Camp...

The Automated Parking Industry - One Person's Opinion

By John Van Horn

John Van Horn, editor of Parking Today, has been a supporter of the automated industry for many years...

The Diamonds - A True Parking Family for 80 Years

By John Van Horn

I don't like publicity...

Toronto Pearson Airport getting $889M Makeover; 12,600-Space Garage Underway



The Lester B...

What Do You Think?

By Robert Milner

Recently, a colleague and I became embroiled in a heated conversation regarding how individuals enhance use of their minds yet do not exhibit that enhancement...




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