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Articles from March, 2007.

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A Quiet Time – Except for Tokyo, Germany and Abu Dhabi

Peter Guest

Things are pretty quiet here in Britain at the moment...

London Removes Meters in Favor of Pay-by-Cellphone



“I felt this was parking history in the making...

Our Next Big Safety Decision

Jem Jones

When most people think of heart defibrillators, they think of a doctor in an emergency room yelling “Clear!” The devices seem complicated and dangerous, and the ones in the hospitals are...

Park Across America



“We are at the awareness stage...

PT And The Law

Andrew Marton

Your first experience in a lawsuit may be as a witness in a deposition...

So You are Thinking About Working in the Parking Industry?

Robert Milner

Last week, I was asked to meet up with a good friend and mentor for dinner...

System Data Show Half of Meter Income Goes Uncollected

John Van Horn

The Port of San Francisco has a unique situation...

The Multi-Use Facility

John Van Horn

Few would think that one of the biggest headaches in a multi-use facility that is mainly a shopping village would be accounting for and controlling monthly parking...

Turn Off the Features of My Revenue System



I can hear the tags on the collar around my neck rattling as I shake my head...

Wireless: The Next Frontier of Revenue Control

Richard A. Rich

Over the past 15 years, the parking industry has experienced many technological advances...

‘Cars Get Tickets, People Don’t Get Tickets’

John Van Horn

I just can’t figure out why our industry does such a poor job of public relations, but we do...




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